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Solution: The table below lists the vapor pressure of water at various external pressures. T (oC) P (torr) T (oC) P (torr)

Problem
The table below lists the vapor pressure of water at various external pressures.

T (oC) P (torr) T (oC) P (torr)
0 4.58 35 42.2
5 6.54 40 55.3
10 9.21 45 71.9
12 10.52 50 92.5
14 11.99 55 118.0
16 13.63 60 149.4
17 14.53 65 187.5
18 15.48 70 233.7
19 16.48 80 355.1
20 17.54 90 525.8
21 18.65 92 567.0
22 19.83 94 610.9
23 21.07 96 657.6
24 22.38 98 707.3
25 23.76 100 760.0
26 25.21 102 815.9
27 26.74 104 875.1
28 28.35 106 937.9
29 30.04 108 1004.4
30 31.82 110 1074.6

A city at an altitude of 5000 ft above sea level has a barometric pressure of 633 torr. To what temperature would you have to heat water to boil it in this city?