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Bernoullis Principle on Density and Water Displacement.
« on: September 22, 2021, 10:30:34 PM »
Alright, this one is a bit of a doozy.

We had a lab where we had a graduated cylinder filled with water and some object. We then put the object in the water to find the volume and we weighed the objects to get the mass in order to find density.

For the lab abstract, my teacher is hellbent on using Bernoulli's principle to find density. The best thing we have right now dropping the object into the test tube causes pressure to the water inside the test tube that needs to be dealt with. Through this, the water creates velocity by which causes displacement and the water levels go up.

I know Archimedes is the better principle. Yes, my teacher knows about Archimedes. He does not care about it and doesn't solve the question. 

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