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please collaborators i have a question about: what is the si unit of pressure?,please quickly, thanks

The Si unit of pressure is the Pascal. This is equivalent to a force of one newton distributed over one square meter. A newton is a mass unit times the acceleration caused by gravity (N=kg-m/s^2). The Pascal is actually a relatively small unit of measure, so we often use the kilopascal in practice. A kilopascal is equaly to 1000 pascals. Hope this helps.

...The pascal is the SI unit of pressure and is equal to 1 newton per square metre.

In meteorology, pressure is often quoted in hectopascals. 1 hectopascal = 100 pascal

The SI unit of pressure is PASCAL .

To get the answer for pressure, divide force by area.