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1 is a simple Delta change problem. Figure the percentage of gravitic attraction on Caasi of that of Earth as a decimal, and the object will ride that much higher + the amount higher based on the difference of density between Glycerine and H2O.
Water density is Water 62.4lbs/foot^3 and Glycerine is 78.6 lbs/foot^3
F_net = m_b g-B | B = rho V_f g
R = V_f/V_b | |
R | fraction of body submerged
V_b | volume of body
rho | fluid density
F_net | effective gravity
m_b | mass of body
B | buoyancy force in fluid
V_f | volume of replaced fluid
g | acceleration due to gravity (~~ 9.807 m/s^2) (One Earth Gravity)
3.2/9.807ms^2=0.32629754257163250739267869888855, or .
32.629754257163250739267869888855% of the surface gravity of Earth.
There are all your variables. Work it through. It will be 2 problems, the delta change based on the gravity difference, and then Archimedes principal, focusing on displacement and submerged volume.
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