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Q: If a liquid is added to a beaker the pressure exerted by the liquid on the bottom of the beaker?
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What are the properties of liquid pressure?

The pressure exerted by a liquid is the same in all directions at the same depth The pressure exerted by a liquid increases with increase in depth. The pressure exerted by a liquid is perpendicular to the surface of the container. The pressure exerted by a liquid is independent of the size or shape of the container.


What is ferrostatic pressure?

The pressure exerted by the pressure head of liquid steel in a container at bottom surface of the container is known as ferro static pressure.


How does pressure exerted by a solid object on a surface differ from pressure exerted within a liquid or gas?

The pressure exerted by a solid object is in only one direction.


How does pressure exerted by a solid object on a surface differ from pressure exerted within a liquid or a gas?

The pressure exerted by a solid object is in only one direction.


How does pressure exerted by a solid object on a surface differ from pressure exerted within a gas or liquid?

The pressure exerted by a solid object is in only one direction.


Why a dam is thicker at the bottom?

This is because the pressure in a liquid increases with depth. This means that the pressure at the bottom of the dam is more. Hence it is more liable to break out from the dam as more pressure is exerted on the walls. So, the walls are thicker at the bottom.


What is the densest liquid layer?

The densest liquid layer is at the bottom of a beaker.


Why is it important to have the bulb of a thermometer submerged in liquid without touching the sides or bottom of the beaker?

The sides or bottom of the beaker will likely be at a significantly different temperature than the liquid.


How does the pressure exerted by a liquid change as density of the liquid changes?

When the density increase the pressure also increase.


Why is it not allowed to let the bulb of the temperature touch the bottom nor sides of the beaker that contains your liquid measuring the temperature?

The bottom and sides of the beaker will be hotter than the liquid inside.


An object is dropped into beaker containing a liquid the object drops to the bottom of the beaker therefore the?

The density of the object is at least equal to, and possibly greater than, the density of the liquid in the beaker.


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