• 1.  The pressure in a liquid at a given depth is...

• surface tension
• gas pressure
• hydrostatic
• hydraulic

• 1 mL = g/mL
• 1 mL = 1 g
• 1 L = 1 G
• 1 mL = 1 L

• 10 N
• 60 N
• 40 N
• 20 N
• 4.  An object submerged in a fluid experiences pressure

• -on all sides
• from above the object
• from below object
• 5.  What device measures in mmHg?

• baromometer
• thermometer
• sphygomometer

• True
• False
• 7.  What is the principle of flotation?

• floating objects displace a fluid equal to the weight of the fluid displaced
• floating objects displace a fluid equal to their own weight
• floating objects exert an upward buoyant force

• 1210 N
• 484 N/m2
• 8000 N
• 3025 N/m2
• 9.  An object will sink in a fluid if

• gravity is stronger than buoyant force
• buoyant force is stronger than gravity
• a fluid can be a gas or a liquid
• if the object is solid

• 12.35 Pa
• 12,346 Pa
• 1235 Pa
• 123,457 Pa

• True
• False
• 12.  The pressure caused by gravity pulling on the atmosphere.

• atmospheric pressure
• buoyant force
• pascal pressure
• density pressure

• -more
• less

• 813 atm
• 99.82 atm
• 471.2 atm.
• 1.08 atm
• 15.  A system that multiplies force by transmitting pressure from a small surface area through a confined fluid to a larger surface area.

• hydraulic system
• archimedes system
• pressure system
• bernoulli effect

• -fluid
• liquid
• pressure
• compression
• 17.  If an object sinks in a fluid, the weight of the object is

• greater than the weight of fluid displaced by the object
• less than the weight of fluid displaced by the object
• equal to the weight of the fluid displaced by the object
• obeying the flotation principle

• Newton
• Gram
• Pascal
• Pound

• 1210 N
• 8000 N
• 7744 N
• 5655 N
• 20.  How can a water strider walk on a pond?

• hydrostatic pressure
• buoyancy
• surface tension of water
• density
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