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`        A massless sealed tank of inner volume v and containing a liquid of density is moving on a horizontal surface under the action of a constant force f.the difference between the pressure at a and b is `
6 months ago

Arun
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```							Dear student pressure difference=density*√(a2+g2)*lABl Hope it helpsIn case of any difficulty, please feel free to ask again RegardsArun
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6 months ago
Vikas TU
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```							Dear student Here is the correct ans You can apply Bernouli theorem to solve this .As mentioned by you it is sheeled tank So, the kinetic energy =0 It will be having only potential energy So, P = row*g*h row = density of liquid row = m/v Volume will depend on area . So, Pressure at two points will depend on area.If the area is same than Pa – Pb = 0 Hope this helps
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