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what is the pressure dut to 30 m heght water column

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    Pressure at the bottom of a water column of height h = d*g*h

    where, d=density of water(1000Kg/m^3)
    g=9.8 m/s^2 & h=30 m

    Calculate P yourself.

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    Atmospheric pressure should be added to Ajayb's answer.

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