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The function,p(d)=1+ d over 33, give the pressure, in Atmospheres (atm), at a depth (d) in a sea (d is in feet) note that p(0)=1 atm, p(33)=2, and so on, find the pressure at 80 feet.
The pressure at 80feet is____atm
(type an interger or simplifyed fraction
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clearly p(80) = 1 + 80/33
= 113/33
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