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The water level would be the same in both vertical tubes in the above
static fluid model regardless of the diameter of each tube.

F = density x Area x height x g ..... (Area x height = volume)

Pressure = F/Area = density x height x g = Fluid's Mass x g / Area

What I don't get is:

If one of the 2 tubes of water was a large

Pressure = Force/Area (= Fuid's Mass inside the CONE/ Narrower Area at the Cone's bottom)..... Therefore how come the pressure at the base of the CONE isn't much higher than that of a simple vertical tube (since if that was the case then the water wouldn't be the same level in both tubes)????

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The water level would be the same in both vertical tubes in the above

F = density x Area x height x g ..... (Area x height = volume)

Pressure = F/Area = density x height x g = Fluid's Mass x g / Area

What I don't get is:

If one of the 2 tubes of water was a large

*********CONE*********shape at its top....then how come the water level would still be the same level in both tubes..... Since the Pressure should be higher there?Pressure = Force/Area (= Fuid's Mass inside the CONE/ Narrower Area at the Cone's bottom)..... Therefore how come the pressure at the base of the CONE isn't much higher than that of a simple vertical tube (since if that was the case then the water wouldn't be the same level in both tubes)????

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