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The increase in pressure of a liquid at a point is transmitted to all other parts of the liquid without any change. This is known as


A
Charle's law
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Pascal's law
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C
Boyle's law
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D
Archimedes principle
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The correct option is B Pascal's law
The pressure exerted at a point in a liquid is equal in magnitude in all directions, hence it is scalar. The increase in pressure of a liquid at a point is transmitted to all other parts of the liquid without any change. This is known as Pascal's law.

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