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Wednesday, 14 May 2014

Buoyancy

Introduction
Along time ago in Syracuse, Ancient Greece, there was a great mathematician  named  Archimedes. One day when he was taking a bath he discovered something life changing. When he got in, Some water displaced and it overflowed over the bath tub.



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Archimedes’ discovery got him thinking. He was so excited that he ran threw the streets without any clothes on shouting
EUREKA!  EUREKA!. This meant I have found it in Greek.


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He figured out that if you put something in water and it is lighter than the amount of water being displaced, the object will float. This is known as buoyancy or the Archimedes Principle. So if an object can float, it is buoyant.

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