> Q. A block of steel of size $ 5text{ }cmtimes 5cmtimes 5text{ }cm $ is weighed in water. If the relative density of steel is 7, its apparent weight is – LIVE ANSWER TODAY

Q. A block of steel of size $ 5text{ }cmtimes 5cmtimes 5text{ }cm $ is weighed in water. If the relative density of steel is 7, its apparent weight is

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A block of steel of size $ 5text{ }cmtimes 5cmtimes 5text{ }cm $ is weighed in water. If the relative density of steel is 7, its apparent weight is

Solution:

From Archimedes principle, when a solid body is immersed in a liquid, then there is some apparent loss in its weight. This apparent loss in weight of the body is due to upward force applied by the liquid on the body. This force is called the buoyant force or upthrust. $ therefore $ Apparent weight = weight in air

$ – $ force of buoyancy $ =(V{{d}_{steel}}-V{{d}_{water}})g $

$ =(5times 5times 5times 7)g-(5times 5times 5times l)g $

$ =(5times 5times 5times 6)g $

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