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Pressure is the amount of force acting on a unit area of a surface.

Mathematically, pressure is given by

Pressure = Force / Unit Area

That is, pressure and area on which the force is applied has an inverse dependance.

Keeping force constant, if the area on which the force applied is increased, the pressure decreases. 

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Pressure is the amount of force acting on a unit area of a surface.

Mathematically, pressure is given by

Pressure = Force / Unit Area

That is, pressure and area on which the force is applied has an inverse dependance.

Keeping force constant, if the area on which the force applied is increased, the pressure decreases. 

Answer

Pressure is the amount of force acting on a unit area of a surface.

Mathematically, pressure is given by

Pressure = Force / Unit Area

That is, pressure and area on which the force is applied has an inverse dependance.

Keeping force constant, if the area on which the force applied is increased, the pressure decreases. 

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