Recently I saw an article describing Static Fluid Pressure which says "The pressure exerted by a static fluid depends only upon the depth of the fluid, the density of the fluid, and the acceleration of gravity"
I have 3 water tanks A,B and C with exact same volume, water tank B gets narrower when towards the top like in picture, so it should have more pressure than the tank A which is shorter right, because of B's increased depth.
I have simple question, What if Tank C has an upside down narrow tank inside of it and is vacuum so water gets pulled up into it to a point where the height of the water is same as Tank B. Will the water pressure of tank C be equal to tank B? Given density of fluid and gravity are same in all cases?
I don't have any knowledge when it comes to fluid dynamics so please forgive me if this question sounds stupid.