Posted by **jasmine20** on Saturday, January 13, 2007 at 5:11pm.

what or how would i solve the following i don't need the answer i want to do it but how would i solve this.

Water pressure (p) in hte ocean is 2.3 tons per square inch at a depth (d) of 2miles and 3.45 tons per square inch at depth of 3 miles.

How do i find the linear eqation using (d,p) for htese data points?

How do i find the pressure at a depth of 4miles?

Make an equation:

Pressure= m*depth + k

Put in the two values, you will have two equations. Solve for m, and k.

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