# Science

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When measuring the % of above the height.
What fraction is above 6.19km?
________% and pressure is _______ mb

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Do you mean what percent OF THE EARTH'S ATMOSPHERE is above 6.19 km? Is that where they want the pressure?

They should have provided you with a graph or an equation to use for this question.

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