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# At a certain depth in the incompressible ocean the gauge

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Problem 22DQ

At a certain depth in the incompressible ocean the gauge pressure is ?p?g. At three times this depth, will the gauge pressure be greater than 3?p?g, equal to 3?p?g, or less than 3?? ? Justify your answer.

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Step 1 of 1 Absolute pressure, P absolute P atm + P gauge Pressure at depth,P = P + h..g atm Pressure at depth 3h,P = P atm + 3h..g Twice the pressure at twice the depth is less than 3P P =P = 3P atm+ 3h..g P >

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