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Pressure is defined as the following Pressure = force / area. So what this means is pressure is how much force is exerted over a area of given size. For examle a concrete slab is on the floor this slab has a width of 2m and a length of 2 m its area is 2 x 2 which gives 2m Squared. Its force it exerts is 1000 newtons ok what the hell does this mean? if you place this in the formula you will get pressure = 1000/4 Pressure = 250 newtons per square metre. I hope this answers you question on what pressure is.

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pressure is not a force but pressure is a force applied in per unit of area

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pressure = force / area Therefore pressure and force are directly proportional, meaning... The greater the force the greater the pressure and the lower the force the lower the pressure

Pressure is not a force. Pressure is force per unit area over which it is applied.

Pressure if force per unit area.

pressure is force divided by area

pressure x area= force. force is the product of pressure and area

Pressure = force/area This means that the larger the force, the larger the pressure. But the smaller the area, the larger the pressure.

pressure is force divided by area, so the greater the area the less the pressure for a given force

Pressure= Force/ Area

Pressure = Force÷Area

Pressure = Force/Area

Pressure=Force/Area

Pressure = force / area

Force (lbs) = Pressure (psi) x Area (in2)Pressure=Force/Area

p = F / A. where: p = pressure F = force A = Area. Pressure is proportional to force. So high pressure requires high force.

Pressure = Force / Area

Area equals Force/Pressure.

Pressure = Force/Area.

force= pressure*area

Pressure = force / area

Pressure = (Force/Area)