1) THE PRESSURE EXERTED BY A LIQUID (A) ACTS IN HORIZONTAL DIRECTION (B) ACTS IN UPWARD DIRECTION (C) ACTS IN DOWNWARDS DIRECTION (D) ACTS IN ALL DIRECTION 2) THE PRESSURE EXERTED BY A LIQUID (A) INCREASES WITH DEPTH (B) DECREASES WITH DEPTH (C) REMAINS CONSTANT WITH DEPTH (D) MAY INCREASE OR DECREASE WITH DEPTH DEPENDING UPON THE DENSITY OF THE LIQUID 3) THE BUOYANT FORCE ACTING ON AN OBJECT IMMERSED IN A LIQUID (A) INCREASES WITH DEPTH (B) DECREASES WITH DEPTH (C) REMAINS CONSTANT WITH DEPTH (D) FIRST INCREASE AND THEN DECREASE WITH DEPTH (4) THE BUOYANT FORCE ACTING ON AN OBJECT KEPT INSIDE A LIQUID DEPENDS ON (A) DENSITY OF THE OBJECT AND VOLUME OF THE OBJECT INSIDE LIQUID (B)DEPTH AT WHICH THE OBJECT IS PLACED INSIDE THE LIQUD (C) DENSITY OF THE LIQUID AND VOLUME OF THE OBJECT INSIDE THE LIQUID (D) DENSITY AND VOLUME OF THE LIQUID

Asked by PAWAN KUMAR | 7th Jan, 2014, 05:01: PM

Expert Answer:

(1) The pressure exerted by a liquid  - Acts in all direction
 
(2)The pressure exerted by a liquid - increases with depth
 
Kindly ask seperate questions as seperate queries.

Answered by  | 7th Jan, 2014, 05:15: PM

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