jahnavi
  • jahnavi
how do we define thrust?
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calculusfunctions
  • calculusfunctions
A thrust is a force which pushes or drives a body forward or upwards. The force applied to an airplane that moves it forward or the impulse force driving the rocket upward are two examples of thrust.
jahnavi
  • jahnavi
then how do we exactly differentiate between thrust and pressure?
calculusfunctions
  • calculusfunctions
Pressure is the amount of force (acting perpendicular to the surface area) per unit area.\[P =\frac{ F }{ A }\]

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jahnavi
  • jahnavi
how do we know that\[P =\frac{ F }{ A }\]? I MEAN HOW DO WE GET IT
calculusfunctions
  • calculusfunctions
Like I said Pressure is the magnitude of force per unit of area, where the force F applied is perpendicular to the surface area A.
jahnavi
  • jahnavi
thank you.

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