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tanmay

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**1 atm.**

Also

**1 atm = 10^5 P**

Also we know Pressure

**(P)**equation =

**So,**

*P = F/A*

*F = P*A*So if small area

**(A)**in which we are standing is also taken then pressure force is that area(A) times

**10^5**(Atmospheric pressure in Pascal) i.e

**10^5*A**

So why don't we subtract this force from our weight

**(W)**as

**W - F**

Why do we only consider gravity?

Why we don't consider air pressure force?

if I have any misconceptions then tell me...

Thank You