A bucket of water is hung from a spring balance. A piece of iron is suspended in the water without touching the sides or touching the bottom of the bucket. The reading of the spring balance

A. will increase

B. will decrease

C. does not change

D. varies with the increase of depth of the immersion of the iron piece

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