Homework-like questions should ask about a specific physics concept and show some effort to work through the problem. We want our questions to be useful to the broader community, and to future users.
I understand five people voted to close my question, so I admit I have obviously made some great mistake in posing my question. I wish to correct my mistake. The problem is, I do not understand where my mistake lies.
According to me, I have:
- asked about a specific physics concept: My question talks about the difference in the buoyant force observed by two different observers. I could sum it up in one line, so I think it is a pretty specific question. The question is not excessively mathematics oriented, and I have only used a small formula. So, it is indeed a physics question.
- showed some effort to work through a problem: I have clearly shown my logic as to what I expect the observed buoyant force to be for both the observers, with proper reasoning and mathjax. I have also drawn a diagram on my own and pasted it in.
According to my naive logic, my question satisfies both the requirements mentioned in the close reason. But, I am not here to challenge the close vote or the rules. As I said earlier, I am here to learn exactly what I am missing from what I question that made it deserve a close vote. Thank you!