Archimedes' principle

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Synonyms for Archimedes' principle

(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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A good example is that Archimedes solved the problem of crown, then he summarized this the phenomenon to Archimedes' principle.
This important discovery later became known as Archimedes' Principle.
Lumbar vertebral density (L4), as determined by Archimedes' Principle, was influenced by dietary Zn, Cu, and interaction of Zn and Cu (p<0.
To demonstrate Archimedes' principle - ``The buoyant force on an object is equal to the weight of the fluid displaced by the object'' - his class builds aluminum foil boats, sinks them with marbles, and figures out displacement of the water by the weight of the marbles.
Visualising a space where people could learn about Archimedes' principles in a 'hands on' way became a dream he realised in 2014.