Which glass has the greatest liquid pressure at the bottom?
Consider three drinking glasses.¬†All three have the same area base, and all three are filled to the same depth with water.¬†Glass A is cylindrical.¬†Glass B is wider at the top than at the bottom, and so holds more water than A.¬†Glass C is narrower at the top than at the bottom, and so holds less water than A.
The answer is B.) Glass B. Though all glasses have the same depth, Glass B holds the most water. This is in accordance to Archimedes Principle where Pressure is equal to the product of depth, the density of the object, and acceleration due to gravity. All three glasses have the same depth and acceleration due to gravity but they have different density. In getting the density, it is mass divided by volume.
So Glass B holding the most water, it has the greatest liquid pressure at the bottom. Imagine three human inverted pyramids where one group has more people to balance. It will give that person too much pressure to carry and balance those people on his shoulders just like Glass B in this situation.