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    there are 12 logs strapped together. Each one has a specific gravity of .52 a diameter of 51 cm and a length of 6 m (52% of its volume is underwater) how many students can you get on the raft before their feet get wet if their average mass 73 kilograms
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    Quote Originally Posted by andreadportercom View Post
    there are 12 logs strapped together. Each one has a specific gravity of .52 a diameter of 51 cm and a length of 6 m (52% of its volume is underwater) how many students can you get on the raft before their feet get wet if their average mass 73 kilograms
    Start by calculating the buoyancy force acting on the logs.
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