What is atmospheric pressure?
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Question 1 of 13Question 1
Match each variable to its corresponding unit in the pressure equation.
 Pascal (Pa)
 Metres squared (m²)
 Pressure (p)
 Area (A)
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Question 2 of 13Question 2
What is the correct formula to calculate the pressure at a surface due to a force?
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Question 3 of 13Question 3
Select all statements that correctly describe how pressure changes in a liquid:
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Question 4 of 13Question 4
Calculate the pressure if a force of 400 N is applied over an area of 5 m².

Pa
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Question 5 of 13Question 5
What term describes the upward force that a fluid exerts on a submerged object?
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Question 6 of 13Question 6
Explain why atmospheric pressure decreases with increasing altitude.
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Question 7 of 13Question 7
Match each pressurerelated concept to its description.
 Resultant force acting upwards in a fluid
 Force normal to a surface area
 Upthrust
 Surface pressure
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Question 8 of 13Question 8
Complete the calculation: A column of liquid has a height of 2 m, density of 1000 kg/m³, and gravitational field strength of 9.8 N/kg. Calculate the pressure at the bottom of the column.

Pa
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Question 9 of 13Question 9
Use the provided options to complete the statements below:
Force, height, density, atmospheric, upthrust
The pressure due to a column of liquid depends on the of the column and the of the liquid.
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Question 10 of 13Question 10
Calculate the pressure exerted by a 300 N force over an area of 2.5 m².

Pa
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Question 11 of 13Question 11
A column of liquid has a height of 5 m, density of 800 kg/m³, and gravitational field strength of 9.8 N/kg. Calculate the pressure at the bottom of the column.

Pa
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Question 12 of 13Question 12
If the pressure exerted by a fluid column is 2500 Pa and the height of the column is 10 m with a gravitational field strength of 10 N/kg, calculate the density of the liquid.

kg/m³
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Question 13 of 13Question 13
Calculate the height of a column of water (density 1000 kg/m³) that creates a pressure of 9800 Pa. Use gravitational field strength of 9.8 N/kg.

m
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