2 science questions i need answered?
A) Does a sunken ship sitting on the ocean floor have a buoyant force on it?
B) what generally happens to atmospheric pressure on a windy day?
- Frank NLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
A. It does if the ship still contains anything less dense than water, even a small air pocket. But clearly the net buoyant force is less than its weight, since it isn't rising.
B. It is changing. Wind results partly from air flowing from areas of higher to areas of lower atmospheric pressure. It results partly from the rotation of the earth.