Thermodynamics

A tank is filled with fresh water until there is a depth of 35 ft. Determine the pressure, psig,
at the bottom of the tank.

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  1. water weighs 62.43 lb/ft^3

    psig = (35 ft) * (62.43 lb/ft^3) / (144 in^2/ft^2)

    answer has two sig.fig.

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