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# Pascal's Law

## Pressure applied to a confined liquid increases the pressure of that liquid uniformly.

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## Pascal's Principle

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Presents Pascal’s Principle and the calculations based on Pascal’s Principle for hydraulic systems.
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## Pascal's Principle

by Jannine Tuttle //at grade
Presents Pascal’s Principle and the calculations based on Pascal’s Principle for hydraulic systems.
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• Interactive Simulations

## Tire Pressure

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Uncover the relationship between pressure, force, and contact area in the context of a truck tire.
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## Hewitt-Drew-it! PHYSICS Pascal's Principle

by Mark Holmstrom //at grade
A video discussing many of the important hydraulic applications of Pascal's Principle. Video courtesy of mellenstei.
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• Downloadable Quiz

## Pascal's Principle Quiz

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Reviews applications of and calculations involving Pascal's principle.
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• Real World Application

## How Does a Submarine Manage To Sink And Rise On Command?

by Savanna Li //at grade
Learn about why a submarine is able to sink and rise on command. Do an experiment relating to pascal's law!
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• Real World Application

## Pascal's Principle

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Learn how the application of Pascal's principle allows us to lift 1000 lb objects.
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• Study Guide

## Pressure in Fluids: Pascal, Archimedes and Buoyancy

by Gregory Yu //at grade
A guide to pressure in fluids, Pascal's law, and Archimedes' law.
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