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Asked by araima2001 7th March 2017, 7:17 AM
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Here are the listings of  few steps which lead us to the most feasible solution to the point in the container where pressure can be zero: 
  1. The given acceleration component is given as a equals a subscript 0 space left parenthesis i plus j plus k right parenthesis indicates that the direction of the fluid is from the origin, i.e point F  towards the positive x (towards G),y (towards B) and z-axis (outward perpendicularly ).
  2. The resultant of the motion along these axes explains that the fluid is actually moving from point 'F' towards point 'D'.
  3. In this case, the pressure of the fluid will act upon the faces of the container, namely AEFB (z-axis), BFGC (x-axis) and ABCD (y-axis).
  4. Therefore, point 'H' would be the only point in the container where pressure can be zero.
Answered by Expert 9th March 2017, 6:26 PM
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