Which of the following laws states that pressure or intensity of pressure at a point in static fluid is equal in all directions?
Pascal's law states that pressure or intensity of pressure at a point in a static fluid is equal in all directions.
Fluid statics is the study of fluid actually or virtually at rest. Still fluid in a container is an example of fluid actually at rest.
Pascal's law states that in a static fluid, the pressure o the intensity of pressure at a point is the same in all directions.
In other words, If pressure is applied at any point in a fluid at rest, a force is equally transmitted in all directions and to every other point throughout the fluid and the force acts at right angles to the surface which is in contact with the fluid. One of the important applications of Pascal’s law s the hydraulic press where a static liquid is used to generate a greater output force by using a smaller input force.