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buoy·an·cy (boi n-s , b y n-). n. 1.

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I. Exploring Buoyancy
The Buoyancy Challenge For Middle, High School and Community
That is buoyancy holds her up in the water against gravity. Buoyancy is really just a manifestation of gravity.
Exploring the Laws of Buoyancy
Math & Science of the Blimp, program 7, “Buoyancy”. Agency for sinking. Vocabulary air float blimp gas buoyancy mass density sink displace volume.

Suggested News Resources

Confidence Crisis After Buffett Buoyancy Ignites Bonds
Treasuries staged a rebound after three daily losses and despite a positive impact on sentiment at least in the equity market after Bank of America welcomed Warren Buffett on board as a preferred shareholder.
Concert Review: Brian Wilson Surfs Napa
Like Wilson himself, they may have come to regain the buoyancy of their youth, if not their youth itself.
Copper eases, despite broader buoyancy
Copper ended lower on Monday, surrendering earlier gains and failing to match a mostly positive feel in commodities at the start of the week, as global growth concerns continued to cloud near-term demand prospects.
Campers put buoyancy to test
"The campers have learned a lot about marine debris, buoyancy and what sinks," said Alisha Mullett, the camp's director of education.
Robots invade science class
Test scores of understanding buoyancy increased 33% and understanding how gears worked went up 40%, regardless of whether the kids came from rich or poor schools.

Suggested Web Resources

Buoyancy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In physics, buoyancy is a force exerted by a fluid, that opposes an object's weight.
NOVA Online | Voyage of Doom | Buoyancy Basics
Voyage of Doom · Site Map, Buoyancy Basics Back to Buoyancy Brainteasers. Basics 1.
HowStuffWorks Videos "MythBusters: Let's Talk Buoyancy"
The MythBusters test buoyancy and explain the science behind why boats float.
Buoyancy - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
buoy·an·cy. noun \ˈbȯi-ən(t)-sē, ˈbü-yən(t)-\. Definition of BUOYANCY.

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