When a person's blood pressure is taken, it is measured on the arm, at approximately the same level as the heart. How would the results differ if the measurement were to be made on the patient's leg?
Would the pressure be greater, according to the P2 = P2 + pgh equation?
Pascal's Principle: a constant pressure added to an entire body of fluid (say by adding pressure to a closed container of fluid) uniformly ...
The solution provides a quick, clear descriptive answer to the conceptual question of whether blood pressure would differ if taken in the leg instead of arm according to the pgh equation.