Hydrostatic Pressure and Force

Homework Statement

An aquarium 5ft long, 2 ft wide, and 3 ft deep is full of water. Find the hydrostatic pressure and the hydrostatic force on the bottom of the tank.

Homework Equations

$$P=g*\rho*h$$

$$F=m*g=g*\rho*A*h$$

$$\rho=62.5 \frac{lbs}{ft^3}$$

$$g=32 \frac{ft}{s^2}$$

The Attempt at a Solution

$$P=(32)(62.5)(3)=6000 \frac{lbs}{s^2}$$

$$F=(32)(62.5)(10)(3) = 60000 \frac{ft*lbs}{s^2}$$

I know the answers should be $$187.5 \frac{lbs}{ft^2}$$ and $$1875 lbs$$, respectively, so I've done these problems wrong. They seem so simple though that I'm thrown for a loop. Are my equations wrong?