You weigh it, failing that ability you need to know the composition, density and dimensions.
Weight is the measurement of gravitational force on an object, relevant to Earth.
(Original body weight)-(current body weight)= weight lost (weight lost)/(original body weight) * 100 = % of dehydration (degree of dehydration)
Yes, when the object is submerged in water then water exerts opposite buoyonci force which decrease the weight of object.
The length, width, or height of a solid figure is measured in units of length. The area of the figure's outside surfaces is measured in squared units of length. The volume of space filled by the figure is measured in cubed units of length. The mass of the figure is measured in units of mass. The weight of the object is measured in units of force. The age of the figure is measured in units of time. etc.
the weight of the displaced water is equal to the weight of the object
An object with mass that is suspended in a gravitational field will have what we call weight. Weight is the term we apply to the force on that object due to gravity.
The Buoancy Method.
It is called buoyant force. It is calculated by determining the volume of water displaced by the object, which is the volume of the object under water.The weight of this quantity of water is the buoyant force. It can also be calculated by knowing the depth of the object in the water, the pressure at that depth, and the area of the bottom of the object. Buoyant Force = Pressure * depth It can also be calculated by knowing the weight of the object. If an object is floating the water is supporting the object's weight. So the buoyant force = weight of object
Objects are normally weighed on scales. If you want to weigh an object while holding it away from your body, you can stand on the scale, holding the object away from your body, and then subtract your own weight from the total. The object has the same weight whether held close to or distant from your body.
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That is potential energy in inch pounds or Newton-meters
By using Archimedes principle which is by immersing the object in water and noting its displacement by its apparent loss of weight when suspended on a balance
This is often achieved by weighing it. In this case, it may be compared with the weight of a standard (i.e., known) mass.
No the weight of an object has nothing to do with friction. Weight is the gravitational attraction of the object and the planet.
You must discover it's mass (weight) AND it's volume. (Then divide to get pounds per cubic foot)
A beam balance - has a weight at one end, and it 'balances with the load placed on the other end. A spring balance - has a vertical spring attached to a scale - that shows the weight of an object suspended from it.
The weight of an object is the force of gravity.