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At what depth beneath the surface of a lake is the absolute pressure 2 times the atmospheric pressure of 1.01 105 Pa that acts on the lake's surface?

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  1. Set
    Po + (depth)(water density)(g) = 2 Po
    (depth)(water density)(g) = Po
    and solve for depth

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