No.Water kept in beaker and water in sea or river do not have same buoyant force.
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No. As water in the sea has a large amount of salt content present in it ,its density increases and as the buoyant force of a liquid is directly proportional to its density , buoyant force of water in sea is more than that of water in beaker .

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no it does not depend on the density (aka. quantity ) of the fluid .
it only depends on it density of the object submerged .
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