What Causes Pressure in Fluids?

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Pressure is a naturally occurring phenomena in fluids that relates to the temperature and volume of the container in which the fluid is contained. Pressure tends to increase as the temperature increases or as the volume decreases.
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Pressure in fluids can be caused by factors that include density, depth and acceleration. In the human body, pressure will be caused by a narrowed area for the fluid to exist in hence it will exert pressure in order for it to flow out.
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