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A bucket is filled with a combination of water (density 1,000 kg/m3) and oil (density 700 kg/m3). These fluids do not mix. (The oil will float on top of the water.) If the layer of oil is 63 cm tall, what is the pressure at the interface between the oil and the water?

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    H(oil)*g*(oil density) + Po
    = 0.63*9.8*700 + Po
    = 4.32*10^3 N/m^2 + Po

    Po is atmospheric pressure. At sea level, it is about 1.013*10^5 N/m^2

    Po must be added to the pressure that is due to the height of the oil column

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    oil is a thick layer which is not disolve

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    tail ty khan wasty istmal honda tu uno pani wivch zaya krna wy amb lena

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    because oil is lighter than water

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