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Step 1

From the given diagram water is touching the plate for 5m height and 5 meters wide i.e., the surface area of the plate which is in contact with water is 5m*5m.

We can find the pressure force on the plate by using the following formula:

Step 2

Pressure force F_{p} acts at centre of pressure (h*), we can find centre of pressure as follows:

Step 3

Forces acting on the plate are as ...

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