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Atmospheric pressure is always exert on downward direction?

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masti6
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Feb6-11, 06:49 AM
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atmospheric pressure is always exerted on downward direction...but can i think soo it exerted in horizontal and also atmospheric pressure exerts from downward direction is it true???
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Feb6-11, 07:02 AM
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Atmospheric pressure is related to gravity and the mass of the atmosphere, but the pressure is in all directions, outwards as well as vertical, although there will be a pressure gradient due to gravity (less pressure as altitude increases).

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