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Archimedes principle helps explain the relationship between weight and volume. The term is specific gravity.

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The relationship between what two things does archimedes's principle explain?

buoyancy and density :D

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Does Archimedes' principle explain how airplanes fly?

No, it does not. That phenomenon is explained by Bernoulli's principle.

Archemede's principle helps to explain the relationship between what?

Density and mass.

What do Archimedes principal help to explain?

Archimedes principal explains buoyancy. The principle makes its use in ships and submarines.

Explain Archimedes' principle?

When a body is immersed fully or partially in a fluid, it experiences an upward force that is equal to the weight of the fluid displaced and this is known as archimedes' principle.

3 Archemedes Principle helps to explain the relationship between?

buoyancy and density

What phenomonon did Archimedes explain?

Archimedes' Principle states that for a body immersed in a fluid it will experience a buoyant force equal to the weight of the fluid that the body displaces, buoyancy is the phenomenon of concern.

Explain Archimedes principle?

Archimedes' Principle relates the weight of a fluid displaced to the object placed in the fluid. If the weight of the fluid displaced is less than the object's weight ,then the object sinks. When the weights of the object and displaced water are equal, the object will float.

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