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The apparent loss of weight of an object in a fluid is called:
a) buoyant
b) Pascal
c) lift
d) pressure

The downward force produced when air flows over the winglike spoiler on a race car is an example of:
a) Rutherford's Principle
b) Pascal's Principle
c) Bernoulli's Principle
d) Dalton's Principle

In a hydraulic lift system, the fluid pressure exerted throughout the system is:
a) ever changing
b) upward
c) negative
d) constant

As the speed of a fluid increases, the pressure within the fluid:
a) decreases
b) increases
c) pressurizes greatly
d) disappears

A hydraulic jack is an application of this principle:
a) Bernoulli's
b) Rutherford's
c) Pascal's
d) Dalton's

A device that uses pressurized fluids acting on pistons of different sizes to change a force is called:
a) piston system
b) pressure gauge
c) hydraulic system
d) piston engine

As altitude increases, air pressure:
a) increases
b) decreases
c) remains the same
d) disappears

The pressure exerted by a fluid at any given depth is exerted:
a) downward
b) differently
c) upward
d) equally

As a liquid is added to a beaker, the pressured exerted by the liquid on the bottom of the beaker:
a) increases
b) decreases
c) remains the same
d) disappears

A substance that flows and assumes the shape of its container is a:
a) solid
b) element
c) compound
d) fluid

A pascal is equal to 1 Newton per:
a) square meter
b) meter
c) cubed meter
d) area

The formula Force/Area is used to calculate:
a) Newtons
b) Buoyancy
c) Pressure
d) Density

The SI unit of pressure is the:
a) Newton
b) Bernoulli
c) Pascal
d) Kg

Pressure is the result of force distributed over a(an):
a) Volume
b) Area
c) Distance
d) Pascal

The formula Mass/Volume is used to express:
a) pressure
b) density
c) mechanical advantage
d) buoyancy

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