Explain that Pascal's law is universal or not?

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Pascal's law states that change in pressure applied at any point on a confined, incompressible fluid is distributed undiminished and uniformly at all points through out the fluid and on the walls of the container. Pascal's law is valid for static fluids or when fluids are moving with constant velocity. It is not true for accelerating fluids. Hence, it is not universal.

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