Define one pascal.

 pressure is said to be 1 pascal when a force of 1 newtons acts on an area of 1 meter square

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 The pascal is the unit of pressure in the SI system of units. One pascal is equivalent to one newton (1N) of force applied over an area of meter square........

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 Pa = N/m2

pascal is the SI unit for measurin' Pressure.

Pressure has symbol P

P=F/A

Pressure is equal to force by area

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 A pascal is a unit of pressure.
It is defined as 1 N/m^2.
The N stands for Newton, and it is defined as kg m/s^2
So the pascal would ultimately be kg/m s^2

1000 of these pascals is a kilopascal, and one kilopascal is approximately 1% of the atmospheric pressure near sea level.

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 pa -newton metre square .

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whe 1N force is applied on a 1m2 of area then pressure exerted is known as 1 pascal

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The pascal (symbol: Pa) is the SI derived unit of pressure, internal pressure, stress, Young's modulus and ultimate tensile strength, defined asone newton per square metre. It is named after the French polymath Blaise Pascal
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1 Pascal(Pa) = 1 Newton(N) * 1 Meter(m)
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pa is the unit os pressure
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1 pascal is defined as the pressure exerted by 1N force acting perpendicular on the surface of 1m square area
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1 pascal is defined as the pressure exerted by 1N force acting perpendicular on the surface of 1m square area Hope this helps
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Measurement of pressure pressure is measured by barometer. 1 atom =76 cm ? 13.6 g cm`3 ? 981 CM s`2 = 101 325 pascal
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1N/m2
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pressure is said to be 1 pascal when a force of 1 newtons acts on an area of 1 meter square.
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One pascal is equivalent to one newton force applied over an area of one meter squared. 1 Pa = 1N/m
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