# chemistry

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Could someone please tell me how to solve this problem: A pressure of 25.7 inHg would be how many kilopascals?

Could you please list the steps on solving it.

Thanks

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This is what I get:

25.7 mmHg x (101.325 kPa/760.0 mmHg)

The mmHg cancel each other out
So
98.659 kPa

• chemistry -

This is 25.7 INCHES which must be converted to mm before the rest of the conversions are done.
See posts above for the correct answer.

• chemistry -

Sorry misunderstood, I thought in was "in" not inches assumed it was mm.

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