         PLEASE SUBSCRIBE OUR PAKTECHPOINT YOUTUBE CHANNEL         Which of the following is not a factor affecting force exerted by liquids in an open tank?

1. Level of liquid
2. Specific gravity of liquid
4. Temperature

Which factors will affect the force a gas has on the walls of a vessel?

1. Vessel volume and gas temperature
2. Gas temperature and density
3. Specific gravity and vessel volume
4. Instrument location and height of gas

What is pressure?

1. The force exerted by a fluid against a retaining wall
2. The amount of force measured in PSIA
3. The difference between PSIA and PSIG
4. The amount of fluid exerting force against a wall

In the mathematical formula P=F/A, the “A” stands for:

1. Approximate Area
2. Absolute
3. Actual pressure

What is the mathematical formula for defining pressure?

1. P=M/G
2. P=L/A
3. P=F/A
4. P=G/F

The force exerted by a fluid against a confining wall is known as:

1. Temperature
2. Gravity
3. Liquid
4. Pressure

Which of the following is NOT a factor affecting force exerted by liquids in an open tank?

1. Size of tank
2. Specific gravity
3. Liquid height
4. Temperature

Which of the following statements is most accurate concerning the placement of a measuring device?

1. The placement of the measuring device has no bearing on the recorded pressure
2. The height of liquid above the measuring device will determine the amount of pressure measured
3. For the most accurate measurement, the measuring device must always be placed at the bottom of the tank
4. To ensure proper measurement, the measuring device should be placed at the highest point

What is specific gravity?

1. The comparison of water temperature to mercury
2. The ability of a liquid to resist gravity
3. A comparison of the density of a liquid compared to that of water
4. The general weight, in pounds, of a liquid

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