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Multiple Choice

A classic barometer (shown below) is built with a 1.0-m tall glass tube and filled with mercury (13,600 kg/m3). Calculate the atmospheric pressure, in ATM, surrounding the barometer if the column of liquid is 76 cm high. (Use g=9.8 m/s2.)


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