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# Pressure in Fluids

## The amount of force acting on a given area. Pressure = Force/Area

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## Pressure in Fluids

Why fluids exert pressure and how it relates to force and area. How to calculate pressure or force and factors that affect fluid pressure.
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## Pressure in Fluids

Why fluids exert pressure and how it relates to force and area. How to calculate pressure or force and factors that affect fluid pressure.
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## Pressure in Fluids

Why fluids exert pressure and how it relates to force and area. How to calculate pressure or force and factors that affect fluid pressure.
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## Liquid Pressure

An experiment illustrating how pressure in liquids is only related to depth. Video courtesy of phyisfun.
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## Liquid Pressure

Examines how depth of fluid and pressure are related.
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## The Siphon

Provides a short overview of the siphoning process and explains how gravity and air pressure play a role.
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## Pressure in Fluids Quiz - MS PS

Reviews why fluids exert pressure, how pressure is related to force and area, how to calculate pressure, and factors that affect fluid pressure.
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## What a Drag!

by CK-12 //basic
Find out why water creates a type of friction called drag and how a swimmer can reduce drag to swim faster.
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## Pop Rock Explosion

by CK-12 //basic
Find out why pop rock candy pops and fizzes in your mouth.
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## Pressure Flush

by CK-12 //basic
Learn how air pressure--instead of water and gravity--is used to flush the toilet on an airplane and where the waste goes after it leaves the toilet.
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## Shot from a Cannon

by CK-12 //basic
Find out how puffed breakfast cereals are made and why they "snap, crackle, and pop" in milk.
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## Breathing Muscles

by CK-12 //basic
Find out how muscles and Boyle's law explain how we move air into and out of our lungs.
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## Pump It Up

by CK-12 //basic
Learn how pressure inside bike tires is related to temperature and how to keep your bike tires at a safe pressure.
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## What Would Newton Say?

by CK-12 //basic
Learn about strange fluids such as oobleck that do not follow Newton's laws and why their unusual properties might be useful.
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## Jack It Up

by CK-12 //basic
Find out how to use a hydraulic car jack and how Pascal's law explains how it works.
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## What Would Newton Say?

by Bonnie Snedeker //basic
Learn about strange fluids such as oobleck that do not follow Newton's laws and why their unusual properties might be useful.
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## Law of Conservation of Momentum - Pressure in Fluids

by Ellaine Chou //basic
These flashcards are here to help you better understand middle school physical science.
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