# Physical Science, Science

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The barometric pressure in Breckenridge, Colorado (elevation 9600 feet) is 580 mm Hg. How many atmospheres is this?

How do we find the answer for this?

1. Scott

look up the conversion factor for mm Hg and atmospheres

2. Anonymous

0.76 atm

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