1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A. B. C. The three tanks shown above are filled with water to an equal depth. All the tanks have an equal height. Tank A has the greatest surface area at the bottom, tank B the least and tank C the middle. (Select T-True, F-False, G-Greater than, L-Less than, E-Equal to. If the first is F the second L and the rest G, enter FLGGGG). A) The force exerted by the water on the bottom of tank A is ... the force exerted by the water on the bottom of tank C B) The pressure at the bottom of tank A is ... the pressure at the bottom of tank B C) The water in tank B exerts an upward force on the sides of the tank. D) The force due to the water on the bottom of tank A is .... the weight of the water in the tank. E) The pressure exerted on the bottom of tank B is smaller than for the other tanks. 2. Relevant equations F= p*A p = density*g*d 3. The attempt at a solution I hate these types of problems because I know I'll have all but one wrong... A: Greater Than, A has a larger surface area on the bottom, and thus has a larger force since pressure is the same because they have the same depth. B: Equal To, pressure is just related to depth. Since they all have the same depth, the pressures are equal. C: False, water does not come in contact vertically with the tank. D: Equal To, even though the wall is exerting some force down on the water the water is exerting some force up on the walls. E: False, the pressure is the same because all the containers are filled to the same height with the same liquid. I greatly appreciate any help.