Take a tall vessel. In its lateral surface at different heights from the bottom, make three small holes

Take a tall vessel. In its lateral surface at different heights from the bottom, make three small holes. Cover the holes with matches and fill the vessel with water. Open the holes and follow the trickles of leaking water. Why does water flow out of holes? From which it follows that pressure increases with depth?

A column of water in a given vessel exerts pressure due to which water flows out of the openings. If you look closely at the figure, we will find that from the holes below, water flows with greater intensity. This is due to the pressure exerted by the column of water in our vessel.

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