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What factors affect the gauge pressure within a fluid?

a. fluid density, depth, free-fall acceleration
b. fluid volume, depth, free-fall acceleration
c. fluid weight, depth, free-fall acceleration
d. fluid mass, depth, free-fall acceleration

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