Compare the pressure of liquids with the pressure exerted by solids. What do they have in common and how do they differ?

difference: a liquid exerts pressure in all directions, and it is these that differ from a solid body, because a solid body exerts pressure only downward, and at the same time vertically;
Due to this, the liquid exerts weight not only on the vessel itself or support, but also on its walls, in contrast to a solid, which it does not have.
general: it is common that the pressure of a liquid depends on its mass, the pressure of a solid also depends on the mass itself. This is what they have in common, that their pressures depend only on the masses of the liquid and the solid themselves.

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