Archimedes' Principle states that the volume of object immersed in a fluid is equal to the volume of the fluid displaced. Suppose an object is thrown with a great force into a liquid in a container, the volume of the liquid displaced then will not be equal to the volume of the object, I presume. So this is a limitation of the Archimedes' principle. Is this true or not?



Yes,according to Archimedes principle it is true that volume of object immersed is equal to the volume displaced..!if u throw with great force the amount of water displaced is equal to weight of object..!
Yes, according to archimedes principle it was true.
if it was thrown with force the principle applies