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Archimedes’ principle with gases

Archimedes’ principle with gases

Is there a difference between the weight of a plastic bottle filled with air and the weight of a crushed one?




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F b, m*g, F resultant = m*g - Fb, F resultant = m*g - ρ air * V * g, ( m- m air) * g, F b ≈ 0 N, F' resultant = ( m- m air) *g = m * g - m air * g = m *g - ρ air * V * g

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