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Q: An object's resistance to sinking is called?

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It is usually called a set.

Sinking has two syllables. The syllables are sink-ing.

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'Real objects' is sufficient. Solids, liquids, gases, and even plasmas may be bounded by three dimensions.

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either resistance or inertia

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Air Resistance is the kinetic friction of the object's surface moving through the air. In aeronautical terms this is known as drag.

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Mass affects the density of a object which therefore affects the floating and sinking of it

There is something called "air resistance" or "friction".

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In the absence of air resistance (friction) objects will fall at the same speed. Hope this still helps :)