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buoyancy and density

Discovery Team quiz review

QuestionAnswer
does not have a simple explanation or does not fit hypothesis Anomaly
relationship between an object's mass and volume density
predicted answer to a scientific question hypothesis
group of related parts system
upward force produced by fluids buoyancy
where X and Y axis meet on a graph origin
amount of space taken up by an object or substance volume
amount of matter that makes up an object mass
something added to a floating object to make it sink ballast
the bouyant force on an object is equal to the weight of the fluid it displaces Archimedes principle
A connection between variables that shows how one may influence the other relationship
water pushed out of the way by an object that is placed in it water displacement
Created by: superstephens