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The pressure p at the bottom of swimming pool varies directly as the depth d of the water. If the pressure is 125 Pascal when the water is 2 meters deep, find the pressure when it is 4.5 meters deep.

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  2. Equation➡ p=kd
    125=k(2)
    125/2=2k/2
    125/2=k or K=125/2
    P=(125/2)(4.5)
    P=281.25 ⬅Answer

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