## College Physics (7th Edition)

The pressure at given depth is $P=density \times g\times height$ Since depth is increasing the pressure will also increase. The buoyant force on the object is $density\times g\times volume$ Since it does not depend on depth. buoyant force will remain constant with depth.
The pressure at given depth is $P=density \times g\times height$. Since depth is increasing the pressure will also increase. The buoyant force on the object is $density\times g\times volume$ Since it does not depend on depth. buoyant force will remain constant with depth.