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How does difference in fluid pressure create buoyant force on an object?

Answer:

As long as the density of the fluid is greater than the density of the object there will be a buoyancy force pushing the object up. This is because the fluid pushes the object upwards. Thanks for the question! Keep on AnswerPartying!

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