Hello everyone, newbie here.. sorry if I posted this in the wrong place. We just went over fluids today. And I can’t seem to solve a problem that has to do with force due to pressure. The problem is: An open U shaped container is filled with water to the top. What is the force due to the water on side A? Now pressure = (density)*(gravity)*(height) I believe. Force is pressure*area. Since side A is a square, that’s simply length squared for area. So I believe the equation to use in this case is Force = (density)*(gravity)*(height)*(Area). But for some reason, I keep getting the wrong answer. Here’s a badly drawn picture of the container. Can anyone give me some pointers?