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How far under water (density ${1000}{kg/m^3}$) do you have to go for the pressure to increase by ${9e5}{Pa}$?
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Given that the pressure is 9^5 pascals

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p= rgh

h= p/rg

=9^5/(1000)(9.8)

= 6 metres 

 

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