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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?

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  1. look up the conversion factor for mm Hg and atmospheres

    posted by Scott
  2. 0.76 atm

    posted by Anonymous

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