Pressure in Fluids

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- Q1What is the formula for pressure?P= F-AP = F/AP = F+AP = FA30s
- Q2Water pressure increases as depth _______________.remains constantincreasesdecreases30s
- Q3Air pressure decreases as altitude _______________.remains constantdecreasesincreases30s
- Q4The fluid pressure at any given depth is ______________>constantvariableincreasingdecreasing30s
- Q5Pressure is exerted _________________________ in all directions within a given fluid.upwardsequallyunequallydownwards30s
- Q6The SI unit for pressurePascalNewtong/cm(3)Kg30s
- Q7any substance that can take the shape of its containergasliquidfluidair30s
- Q8A change in pressure at any point within a fluid is transmitted equally and unchanged throughout the entire fluidLiftArchimedes' PrincipleBernoulli's PrinciplePascal's Principle30s
- Q9The practical use of Pascal's Principle to multiply force using fluid within different size pistonsHydraulicsBuoyancyLift30s
- Q10an increased output force is produced by the constant pressure of a fluid exerted on the larger area of an output pistonBernoulli's Principlehydraulic systembuoyant force30s
- Q11as the speed of a fluid increases, the pressure within the fluid decreasesBernoulli's PrinciplePascal's PrincipleHydraulicsArchimedes' Principle30s
- Q12birds and airplane wings are able to keep the body aloft using basics ofArchimedes' PrinciplePascal's PrincipleHydraulicsBernoulli's Principle30s
- Q13results in the apparent loss of weight of an object within a fluidBuoyancyHydraulicsPascal's PrincipleLift30s
- Q14IF an object is more dense than the fluid it is in the object willbe suspendedfloatsink30s
- Q15If an object is less dense than the fluid it is in the object willsinkfloatbe suspended30s