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If m is the mass of the stone and V its volume, the weight of the water displaced by it = is the density of water. Therefore, . Thus, the buoyant force acting upwards is mg/kwhereas the weight mg of the stone acts vertically downwards. Therefore, the net force in the downward direction . If is the acceleration of the sinking stone, then  .

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