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Discussion :: Physics - Section 1 (Q.No.11)


Pa(Pascal) is the unit for

[A]. thrust
[B]. pressure
[C]. frequency
[D]. conductivity

Answer: Option B


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Vivek Bhartiya said: (Oct 12, 2010)  
This unit was discovered by Pascal so unit of pressure is Pascal.

Amit Kumar Sahu said: (Dec 24, 2010)  
Pressure means force per unit area
i.e. Pressure=force/area
(P)= N/m.m

& Pascal = N/m.m

Mir Owais Ali said: (Apr 20, 2011)  
S.I. unit of pressure is pascal

Gajendra Singh said: (Jun 10, 2011)  
Pascal is the S.I. Unit of pressure.

Irfan Ahmad Lone said: (Jun 16, 2011)  
Pressure is force per unit area that means newton per metre square it is obvious n/m.m is basically pascal.

Aditya Pawar said: (Oct 30, 2011)  
As you now Pressure is force/unit Area an it is named by the scientist pascal how invented Pressure.

Mayank Shekhar said: (Feb 3, 2013)  
The S.I unit of pressure is newton per metre square .This is also known as pascal [pa].

p=f/a. In which P means pressure,F means force and area by A.

1pa =1N/1m.

Nitesh Namdev said: (Oct 11, 2013)  
Pressure = force/area.

S.I. unit of pressure is pascal.

1pa = 1N/1m.

Ashish said: (Dec 18, 2013)  
The S.I unit of pressure is newton per metre square. This is also known as pascal [pa].

p = f/a. In which P means pressure, F means force and area by A.

1pa =1N/1m.

Thirupathi said: (Jan 20, 2014)  
I agree with @Vivek Bhartiya as this unit is discovered by pascal the unit of pressure became pascal.

Soumen Das said: (Apr 5, 2015)  
P = F/A.

SI unit is N/m.m

1N/m.m = 1 pascal.

Neha Raut said: (May 16, 2015)  
Si unit of pressure to one Neutron per square meter.

Yeswanth said: (Aug 1, 2016)  
I agree that pascal law is a force where it was the name of scientist pascal who invented the pressure.

Sakchi Sinha said: (Oct 21, 2016)  
The unit of pressure is newton per square meter abbreviated n/m^2 pascal.

Ganesh said: (Nov 6, 2018)  
Please tell me the units of pressure.

Akash said: (Jun 3, 2019)  
(A) Thrust : Newton.
(B)Pressute: Pascal.
(3)Frequency: Hertz.
(4) Conductivity:-Symbol: Simons/m.

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