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If A tank with a flat bottom is filled with water to a height of four meters. what is the pressure at any point at the bottom of the tank? my teacher wants me to ignore atmospheric pressure when calculating my answer A. 3.5 kPa B. 3,500 kPa C. 34.3 kPa D. 34,300 kPa

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asked by Caitlin
  1. Pressure is given by the formula -pgh.... p= desity of water , g gravity ,and h height .
    Pressure at the depth 3.5m =1*9.8*3.5 pa
    =34.3 pa.
    Assuming density of water is 1

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