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1.

The formula for pressure in liquids is

p = hPg, where h is height, P is density and g is gravity

p = Pg/h, where P is density, g is gravity and is height

p = hg/P, where h is height, g is gravity and P is density

p = hP/g, where h is height, P is density and g is gravity

a

2.

Amount of pressure of liquid increases with

volume

base area

mass

depth

d

3.

Given that both liquid A and liquid B exert the same amount of pressure, what would be the height of column of liquid A if the density of liquid A is twice the density of liquid B and the height of column of liquid B is 10 cm?

5 cm

10 cm

20 cm

None of the above

a

4.

If pressure of a liquid is 1000 Pa and height of the liquid is 20 cm, then density of the liquid is (keeping in mind the gravitational pull of earth)

50 g cm^{-1}

5 g cm^{-1}

100 g cm^{-1}

0.2 g cm^{-1}

b

5.

If density of a liquid is 20 g cm^{-1}, height is 4 cm and gravitational field strength is 10 N kg^{-1}, pressure of liquid is

8 Pascal

50 Pascal

800 Pascal

2 Pascal

c