Posted by **micheal** on Saturday, June 13, 2009 at 5:33pm.

The function p(d)=1+d/33, gives the pressure, in atmospheres (atm), at a depth d in the sea?

(d in in feet). Note that p(0)=1 atm, p(33)=2, and so on. Find the pressure at 40 feet

(Type answer as a integer or a simplified fraction.)

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