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Show that the atmospheric pressure at sea level is 1.03 x 10 5 Pa. Take the height of the mercury as 76 cm Hg and the density of mercury as 1.36 x 104 kg/m³.
The diagram shows a manometer which is filled with mercury. At one end of the manometer, a gas supply is connected. T³ake the atmospheric pressure at sea level as 1.03 x 105 Pa and the density of mercury is 1.36 x 104 kg/m³.
a) Calculate the pressure at A, B, C and D in units of cm Hg.
b) Calculate the pressure at A, B, C and D in units of Pa.
c) What is the pressure of the gas supply?
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