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FORCES 6. Pressure created in various liquid and solid situations, pressure in fluids and hydraulic systems and P = F/A calculations

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6.1 States of matter particle theory and density, pressure in liquids/gases due to their weight

6.2 Pressure created by standing objects/pressed materials, calculations using P = F/A formula, various pressure contexts described and explained

6.3 Pressure in a liquid - density, depth factors and calculations

See also Forces Part 7.

Pressure and upthrust in liquids, why objects float or sink?

6.4 Hydraulic systems - mechanical devices, transmission of forces in liquids, calculations

6.5 Some applications of hydraulic systems - jacking up cars, plant machinery like diggers

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