Law of Flotation of bodies

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Law of Flotation of bodies :

A body when wholly or partly immersed in a ” -id experiences an upthrust which is to the weight of the fluid displaced by the floating body. The body floats above the surface of the fluid, or just floats in the surface of the fluid or sinks according as the up thrust is greater than or equal to or less than the weight of the body.
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