Phy 102: Fundamentals of Physics II. Chapter 13: Liquids Lecture Notes. Archimedes (287-212 BC). Possibly the greatest mathematician in history Studied circles and geometric shapes Invented an early form of calculus Discovered the Principle of Buoyancy (now called Archimedes’ Principle)
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Chapter 13: Liquids
“Give me a point of support
and I will move the Earth”
Pressure = force/area
Liquid Pressure = weight density x depth
P = r x H
weightBuoyancy & Archimedes’ Principle
Example: glass and water
The cause of surface tension!