if two objects of same size but of different densities are displaced in same liquid , then which object would face more buoyant force . confusion (if both than as much i known buoyant force is the net effect)

Dear student, 1.)The formula to find the buoyant force in terms of pressure is = Fb​ = PA (where Fb​ = buoyant force, P = Pressure and A =Area). 2.) The formula to find the buoyant force in terms of volume,height and area = Fb​ = gpV = pghA ​ (where Fb = buoyant force, p = density of the fluid, V= volume of the immersed part of the body in the fluid, h = height of the immersed part and A = Area). Since buoyant force is independent of densities of the objects so the buoyant force will be same. Thanks and regards

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Upthrust= RhoVg

V and g here for both objects are same. The object having greater density will have greater upthrust as upthrust is directly proposrtional to density.

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