Thrust and Pressure
1)The force that acts on an object perpendicular to its surface is the

2)Even though the luggage is heavy and it weighs more, the force acting per unit area decreases with broad straps of the handles 

3)One metre per metre square is termed after the name of the scientist Blaise Pascal.

4)Pressure (P) exerted by liquids depends on their density (r), acceleration due to gravity (g) and the height (h) of the liquid column. Mathematically it is given by P = hrg 

5)The pressure exerted at a point in a liquid is equal in magnitude in all directions, hence it is .

6)The increase in pressure of a liquid at a point is transmitted to all other parts of the liquid without any change. This is


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