Archimedes' principle

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(hydrostatics) the apparent loss in weight of a body immersed in a fluid is equal to the weight of the displaced fluid

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This paper describes the researcher's experience in teaching and exploring Archimedes' principle with a class of thirty-five sixth graders, in two lessons of eighty minutes each.
This method was validated by comparing the volume of rough stones measured by Archimedes' principle to the corresponding values estimated with PHM.
A new theoretical derivation of Archimedes' principle is hardly a logical response to this challenge by experiment, but Galileo had it ready to use, and he produced it anyway.
A good example is that Archimedes solved the problem of crown, then he summarized this the phenomenon to Archimedes' principle.
Main Concepts: Archimedes' principle explains why some things are buoyant, meaning that they float, and others are not.
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