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Object A and B have identical size and shape, but Object A has a much higher density. The two objects are completely submerged in water.

 
   Which of the following statements is true? Assume that the density of water is constant with depth.
It depends on whether the objects are at the same depth under the water.
It cannot be determined.
The buoyancy force on both objects is the same.
The buoyancy force on object A is greater.
The buoyancy force on object A is less.

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