Net disbursement float is more desirable because the bank thinks the firm has more money than it actually does, and the firm is therefore receiving interest on funds it has already spent.
Salt water is denser than fresh water, giving a higher net buoyancy force upward from the bottom of the whale, allowing it to float better. This applies to anything; the more dense the medium, the easier it is to float on it.
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uranus floats in water because the only reason is that the net forc e on it is zero thats why it floats icn water . The net force of mg will balanced by buoyancy force of water... thankyu jai hind
No it will not float, iron doesnt float in it. therefore it will not float.
Virtually all human beings have a net density that is slightly less than 1, allowing them to float in water.
it will float as long as it is not fully covered water.
Turtle foat Superman float Starfish float Jack Hammer float Jellyfish float Deadman's float
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they do not float
A boat can float on the water, and a submarine can float in the water.
If you were to go there you would either float...or not float. You choose;)
an egg float because of the weight of the water makes it float
float percent = ((float)CurrentItems / (float)MaxItems);
yes it does float because it has less density. Therefore it will float.
No, they are not bouyant. They won't float on water, but they will float on mercury.
It is possible in JDK 1.5 and above. In JDK 1.4, you also cast the Float value into float value by using casting. For exampe in JDK 1.5, its possible float f = 12; Float ff = f; but in JDK 1.4, you will use casting i.e float f = 12; Float ff = (float)f;
By Its Buoyance.
It has helium in it to float!
Iron does float .
No, sheep do not float.
A grapfruit does float
no,it does not float