Answer to Question #1034 in Mechanics | Relativity for peter dillon

Question #1034
If 1 pascal equals 1Nm[sup]2[/sup]. Why does my fluids text book call it 1Nm[sup]-2[/sup]? Is it the same thing?
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Expert's answer
2010-11-15T16:22:18-0500
Actually 1 pascal is equal to 1 Nm^-2. Your textbook is right.

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