What Is the Definition of Water Displacement?

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Water displacement is when quantity of water is displaced by a floating body, where the weight of water displaced is equivalent to the weight of the floating object. When we place an object in a full tank of water some of the water is spilled and this theory suggests that the amount of water spilled is similar in weight to the object.
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