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Pressure difference in a moving accelerated fluids ..q..

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|dw:1358415807643:dw| why is pressure same at those points..i thought P was same at same heights..
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Solve for equilibrium at that point.
If you make FBD of any point on the water surface, condition for its eqbm will show that P is same at all points.
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but why is it contradicting the statement
hmm ?
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same height
Learn it like this, height is measured in a direction perpendicular to liquid surface.
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|dw:1358416579114:dw| not this?
nopes, reason being, P always acts perpendicular to the body right (immaterial of the shape of the body)
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so diagram me kahan se measure ki height?
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okay

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