Physics pls help
posted by Momito .
At what depth in water is the pressure equal to 2m atmosphere.
Explain how

Explain what you mean by "2m atmosphere".
2 atmosphere is a pressure; 2m atmosphere is not.
You also need to specify if you want the absolute or the gauge pressure. 
Thats wer my confusion is Dr Bob the question is just like that in an assignment i don't understand it

Sorry about the name dr wls
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