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# Will an empty balloon have precisely the same apparent

## Problem 13Q Chapter 10

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Problem 13Q

Will an empty balloon have precisely the same apparent weight on a scale as a balloon filled with air? Explain.

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Solution 13Q:

We have to explain whether the apparent weight of the empty balloon would be same as that of the air filled balloon.

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Concept:

The apparent weight of the body comes into effect due to upthrust acting on the balloon in the opposite direction to that of the weight of the balloon acting vertically downward.

The answer to this question is has both yes and no because the answer depend upon the condition of the filling air.

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