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THE PRESSURE IN A LIQUID AT TWO POINTS ON THE SAME HORIZONTAL LEVEL ARE EQUAL .THE ABOVE STATEMENT IS CORRECT IN A CAR ACCELERATING ON A ROAD OR A LIFT ACCELERATING UPWARD AND WHY?

THE PRESSURE IN A LIQUID AT TWO POINTS ON THE SAME HORIZONTAL LEVEL ARE EQUAL .THE ABOVE STATEMENT IS CORRECT IN A CAR ACCELERATING ON A ROAD OR A LIFT ACCELERATING UPWARD AND WHY?

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Ashwin Sinha
520 Points
11 years ago

This is also true for a moving car, bcoz any change in pressure at any part of an ideal fluid is transmitted equally in all parts. So at same horizontal level, pressures are same.

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