Are you aware of Pascal's principle? Take this informative " Pascal's Principle Quiz" to test your knowledge. Pascal’s principle, also called Pascal’s law, in fluid (gas or liquid) mechanics, statement that in a fluid at rest in a closed container, a pressure change in one part is transmitted without loss to every portion of the fluid and to the walls of the container. If you have a physics test then it's the perfect quiz to test your basics. Good Luck! .
The pressure exerted on a smaller piston is greater than on the larger piston.
The pressure exerted on a larger piston is greater than on the smaller piston.
The pressure exerted on a small piston is equal to that on the larger piston.
No statement is true
148 kg
130 kg
1500 kg
200 Kg
120 N
550 N
1176 N
1200N
Heat engines and cardiovascular system
Heat engines and heat pumps
Cardiovascular system and jacks
Thermal engines and electrical engines
If the second area is greater than the first area, then the second force exerted on the system should be greater than the first force.
Pascal principle states that the pressure exerted to a confined fluid is not transmitted uniformly in all direction.
Pressure exerted on the system is directly proportional to the volume.
Pressure exerted on the system is inversely proportional to the volume.
True
False
I don't know
Maybe
Hydraulic Press
Hydraulic Jack System
Brake System
All Of The Above
1652
1653
1654
1655
Nature of the liquid
Acceleration due to gravity
Area of the bottom
Height of the column
Weight of the total liquid
Weight of the body
Height of the column
Weight of liquid displaced
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