Posted by **mmeas** on Sunday, November 28, 2010 at 9:16pm.

A graduated cylinder containing some air is immersed in water. The height between the the water surface and the top of the water inside the graduated cylinder is 106mm. Calculate the correction that must be added to the barometric pressure to find the total pressure of the gases in the cylinder.

I don't know where to even start.

Thanks.

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