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Problem: A 6.00cm -diameter sphere with a mass of 89.3g is neutrally buoyant in a liquid. Identify the liquid.

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The volume of a sphere:

V=43πr3

Density:

ρ=mV

Neutrally buoyant implies that the ball and the liquid have equal densities.

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A 6.00cm -diameter sphere with a mass of 89.3g is neutrally buoyant in a liquid. Identify the liquid.

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