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1. is pressure measured in Pa or N/m^2
2. (Original post by MC REN)
is pressure measured in Pa or N/m^2
Both.
3. 1 Pa = 1 N m^-2
4. oh k, cheers
5. (Original post by MC REN)
oh k, cheers
np just remember Pressure = Force / Area

Force is measured in N Area in m^2

therefore NM^2
6. (Original post by DazYaRRR)
np just remember Pressure = Force / Area

Force is measured in N Area in m^2

therefore NM^2
Nm^-2.
7. (Original post by Nylex)
Nm^-2.
yeah yeah metres squared whatever, just typing it out isn't the same as writing it
8. (Original post by DazYaRRR)
yeah yeah metres squared whatever, just typing it out isn't the same as writing it
Newtons PER meter squared.
9. (Original post by capslock)
Newtons PER meter squared.
am talking about for the m^2 bit

he put m^-2 i put m^2 but we all know it means the same thing, just typing it out on the keyboard is different to writin it out!
10. (Original post by DazYaRRR)
am talking about for the m^2 bit

he put m^-2 i put m^2
Yeah, but you wrote Nm^2, which is wrong. You either write N/m^2 or Nm^-2.
11. (Original post by Nylex)
Yeah, but you wrote Nm^2, which is wrong. You either write N/m^2 or Nm^-2.
whatever i missed a little / stop being so pedantic, its the keyboard when i write it i don't use the ^
12. God you people are so bloody harsh all the time, it was obvious he meant N/m^2 he was just showing the person where it came from
13. (Original post by Odie)
God you people are so bloody harsh all the time, it was obvious he meant N/m^2 he was just showing the person where it came from
Evidently he thinks m^-2 and m^2 are the same thing though .
14. (Original post by Nylex)
Evidently he thinks m^-2 and m^2 are the same thing though .
Dazyar said

np just remember Pressure = Force / Area

Force is measured in N Area in m^2

therefore NM^2

which is correct, just missed the slash between N and M which the guy already knew was N/M^2!
15. (Original post by Odie)
God you people are so bloody harsh all the time, it was obvious he meant N/m^2 he was just showing the person where it came from
i no
16. (Original post by BloBoy)
i no
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