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What pressure is exerted at the bottom of a tube of mercury 15 cm high?

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    To find out the pressure in this kind of situation
    simply follow the equation
    Pressure = height of the column x Density of the filled liquid
    So, Here Pressure= 15 cmx 13.6 g/cm^3
    = 204 gm/cm^2

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