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What is the pressure of the gas in a manometer if the height in between is 71mm and the atmospheric pressure is 761mmHg?

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  1. Is this something like your set up? This site will calculate it for you or show you how.
    http://www.efunda.com/formulae/fluids/manometer.cfm

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