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Atmospheric pressure, measured in pounds per square inch p, s, i is the force exerted by Earth's atmosphere over a given area. The atmospheric pressure, p, exerted on an airplane flying at an altitude of a miles above sea level can be approximated by the model shown above. What is the best interpretation of 0.8

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  11. the real answer is For each mile that the altitude increases, the atmospheric pressure increases 20\%20%.

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