(Synonym of fluctuation) floating is the action and the effect of float (standing on the surface of a liquid or a gas). The term is used to refer to the action of the body of the person who is swimming.
Examples: «my child learns to swim, but he still has trouble with floating», «two non-stop hours of floating caused me cramps legs», «a floating without too much effort is the first step to becoming a good swimmer.
It is necessary to control floating to become self-sufficient in water. Among the factors influencing floating, there is mention the natural characteristics of the individual (such as adipose tissue or air which is found in the lungs during inspiration) and the environment (atmospheric pressure, the density of water, etc.)
It is possible to distinguish the floating static (when there is no movement of the body) and dynamic floating (which implies the displacement or absence of movement, but with the application of certain forces).
Floating is also the physico-chemical method for separating mineral species from selective membership of particles of air bubbles.
In economics, the fluctuation is the oscillation of a divided including course changes depending on the movements of the market because there is no exchange rate set by the State.
Fluctuation margin means the minimum or maximum limits which may undergo fluctuations in exchange of the divided, without intervention from the Central Bank.