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A swimming pool of width 9.0 m and lenght 24.0 mis filled with water to a deepth of 3.0 m force 1215 m.Calculate pressure on the bottom of the pool due to the water

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  1. force 1215 m

    what is that about?

    Anyway
    all that matters is depth
    p = rho g h
    = 1000 kg/m^3 * 9.81 * 3
    = about 30,000 Pascals

    that is the pressure abouve the one atmosphere at the surface or "gage" pressure.
    That one atmosphere is about 100,000 Pascals
    so the total absolute pressure is about
    130,000 Pascals
    a Pascal is a newton per m^2

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  2. I m not satisfied with your answer. It's not helped me in any way. Sorry but it's right....

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  3. Sorry to say but this answer is incorrect

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