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Pressure is a force spread out over an area. A small force applied over a very small area can exert a large force.

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    Unit 3.1  Pressure and Force

    Unit 3.1 Pressure and Force

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    Students will learn the difference between pressure and force and how to calculate the pressure in a variety of problems
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