If there is bucket full of oil and bucket full of water and you are asked to lift them, which one of the two will require more effort given that volume of buckets remains same? Fluid Mechanics

  • Oil bucket
  • Water bucket
  • Equal effort will be required to lift both of them
  • None of the mentioned
Answer: Water bucket
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