That depends on the amount of water and what type of bottle it was in. Although it would be the weight of the bottle + the weight of water.
The weight of the bottle with the water minus the mass of bottle gives the weight of the water present.Mass/Volume=Density,therefore weight of the water/density gives the volume of water present in the bottle which is nothing but the volume of the bottle itself.
In metric unit of the amount of liquid in a water bottle holds
It depends the size of a bottle. the smaller the bottle the smaller the amount the bigger the larger the amount
The amount of water and the temperature of the water and the angle the bottle was set in.
during sports lost of electrolyte & dehydration happened to recover this there is sports bottle filled of water & electroltes becomes nescesarily required.
16 fl. oz. hope i heled :)
double the amount of water that fits inside the bottle.
Specific gravity compares the weight of a mineral with the weight of an equal amount of water! :D
Lots of things affect this. Also the original temperature of the water, the temperature outside and where the bottle is left.
Hardness compares the weight of a mineral with the weight of an equal amount of water
the right amount of water to put in a bottle rocket so it will fly high is 70 milliliters
The object is buoyed up (pushed up) by a force that is equal to the weight of the water that the object occupies that was previously occupied by the water. If you shape the object is in such a way that it occupies a volume of water whose weight equals that of the object, the object will float. If it occupies a volume of water whose weight is less than the weight of the object, the object will sink. Objects that are heavier than the same amount of water will sink. Things that are lighter than the same amount of water will float. If you push an empty bottle under water, you push a lot of water out of the way. That water would weigh much more than the bottle. The bottle will float. A rock put under water also pushes a lot of water out of the way. That water would weigh less than the rock, so the rock can sink.
what is the amount of liquid a water bottle holds
It would depend on the size, shape, and weight of the water bottle, and whether you mean a glass or plastic container. Also, if you mean a 'hot water bottle', that uses different material and holds more or less weight depending on how full it is.
Assuming that it is a half litre bottle of water, the water would have a mass of 500g so the bottle would have a mass of 95g. However it might be a pint bottle of water, in which case the water would have a mass of 568g, leaving the bottle with a mass of 27g.
In the beach or in the sports silly bandz packs!
It depends on that specific bottle. There is no standard weight.
2 liters is the size of a big family-size soda bottle, whereas 2 kiloliters is about 528 gallons. I'll go with the "2 liters".
Object's weight in water = (object's original weight) minus (weight of the displaced water)
none. You might put some water in the bottle to weight it down but you would not put any water in the rocket.
yes it does
the water that it displaces (the amount of water it takes up in the water) is a factor. If the weight of an object is lighter than the weight of the amount of water it displaces, then, it floats. If the weight is higher than the weight of the water it displaces, then the object sinks.