You take an empty glass jar and push it into a tank of water with the open mouth of the jar downward, so that the air inside the jar is trapped and cannot get out. If you push the jar deeper into the water, does the buoyant force on the jar stay the same? If not, does it increase or decrease? Explain.
Solution 19DQ Step 1: The figure for this is Step 2: The empty glass jar is placed with the open mouth in the water down wards, the water exerts an upward force we call this as buoyant force.