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find pressure when force is 300N and area is 700cm^2

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  1. Pressure (pascals) = Force (N) / Area (m²)

    700 cm² = 700/10000 m²

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  2. well, geez - pressure is force/area, so that would be

    300N/700cm^2 = 3/7 N/cm^2

    Chances are you should convert that to N/m^2 so your answer could just be in Pa.

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