Pressure at a point in a liquid depends on its depth?
Asked by sanuchak68 | 12th Sep, 2019, 11:01: AM
The pressure in a liquid is given by
As we go deeper into the liquid the weight of the liquid column above us increases which results in increase in pressure. Hence the pressure depends on the depth.
Answered by Utkarsh Lokhande | 12th Sep, 2019, 11:54: AM
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