Answer to Question #50309 in Mechanics | Relativity for aakash
why we take accelaration as accelaration due to gravity and not the average of accelaration due to motion of particles of fluid and accelaration due to gravity in finding the pressure of fluid at rest. in fluid at rest why we do not take the value of accelaration provided by motion of fluid particles.why?
It is because the average acceleration of particles in the liquid equals to zero.
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