Let's say you have multiple objects with the same density floating on top of the water but they have different volumes and masses. Does it take any more force to pull the different objects under the water that say, more mass or volume ? Or does the only thing that matter is the density?
There is similar question asked here: Changes in force required to push buoyant object under liquid/water but I am unable to think through it when applied to different objects. I am not sure if they have the same density that would imply that the same volume of water is being displaced.