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Pascals is a unit for pressure in physics. Pascals can be written into the following equation: <math>1 Pa=\dfrac{1 N}{m^2}</math>.

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Pascals is a unit for pressure in physics. Pascals can be written into the following equation: $1 Pa=\dfrac{1 N}{m^2}$.

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