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Problem Statement: How does different depths affect the Buoyant force of Exhailed Air, CO2, Helium in a balloon, a wet suit hood, and a tennis ball.

Hypothesis:


Exhailed Air in Balloon

Carbon Diuoxide in Balloon

Helium in Balloon

Wet Suit Hood

Tennis Ball

Method+Materials:

Materials:
-2 2x4 peices of wood
-1 1x3x4
-lots of srews
-a crank
-fifteen feet of string maked every foot
two bags of car snow chains for weight
-four five pond dumbbells for weight
-a bag of balloons
-tank full of helium
-baking soda
-vinegar
-tennis ball
-a peice of a wetsuit

 

Method :

For every foot you go down you must record the data off of

the spring scale to find the bouyant force in the object

 

 

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Conclusion: Yes, different depths do affect Buoyant force of Exhailed Air, CO2, Helium in a balloon, a wet suit hood, and a tennis ball.

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