Main Question or Discussion Point
what would the pressure of liquid at a depth be in a container which is slanted?
Since you're talking about pressure-at-depth then you're talking about a container full of fluid (as opposed to, say, an air-filled container with an amount of water placed in it).wouldnt this imply that the liquid would accelerate at g in slanted tubes?
This is getting very frustrating for me because a bunch of people are putting a bunch of effort into helping you learn, but it doesn't seem like you are trying at all. For example, you said you don't know terms like "hydrostatic", but that term is defined in the very first sentence of the link i gave you in the first reply!i havent learned any of hydrodynamics or hydrostatics.
OP , when I was a kid (well now also I am a kid in class 10th ! ) I also used to think the same way as you are currently.i suspect [tex] h.d.g.sinAngle [/tex]. correct me if i am wrong