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# Pressure and Force

## 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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## 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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• 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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• Video

## Hydraulic Press

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Explains how pressure is used in hydraulic presses to allow people to lift very heavy objects.
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## Pressure and Force Quiz - PPB

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Calculate force, pressure, and the area of basic geometric shapes. Explain the concept of pressure. Know that pressure is equal throughout a liquid.
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• Critical Thinking

## Pressure and Force Discussion Questions

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A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Pressure and Force.
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• Study Guide

## Fluids Study Guide

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This study guide gives a brief overview of the properties of fluids: pressure, Pascal's law, Archimedes' principle, the continuity of fluid flow, Bernoulli's equation and conservation of energy, surface tension, viscosity, and turbulence.
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