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A 13-kg piece of aluminum sits at the bottom of a lake, right next to a 13-kg piece of lead, which is much denser than aluminum.  Which one has the smallest buoyant force on it?

It cannot be determined without knowing their volumes.
Both have the same buoyant force.
the aluminum
the lead

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