# CHEMISRY

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While in Israel you run into a group of people who are headed for the Rocky Mountains. You have always wanted to climb to the top of Pike's Peak and decide to join them. Pike's Peak has an altitude of 4300 m. What has happened to the atmospheric pressure?

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It will be lower the higher you go.

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