Posted by **Newton** on Friday, February 11, 2011 at 12:59am.

2. On the inside of an airplane the air pressure is about 85% of the atmospheric pressure

at sea-level while outside, when it is cruising, the pressure is about 25% of the sealevel atmospheric pressure. If a window is 0.46 m in diameter, what is the net outward

force on the window in Newtons? What is the force in pounds?

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