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A cubical block of side \(2a\) when submerged till depth \(\dfrac a2\) in a liquid of density \(k\) is in equilibrium

1.What is the density of the block?

2.What is the time period of shm for small oscillations?

3.What happens if it is pushed completely vertically down?

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Please help me guys

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The time period comes out to be 2pi× sq. root of (a/2g)

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The density, of the block, should be given, in the terms of the density, of the water?

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No need. It can be easily found by equating the buoyant force and the weight of the block. Density of the block is K/4.

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Yes

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