Problem: The world record for lowest pressure (at sea level) was 652.5 mmHg recorded inside Typhoon Tip on October 12,1979, in the Western Pacific Ocean. Convert this pressure to d. psi

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The world record for lowest pressure (at sea level) was 652.5 mmHg recorded inside Typhoon Tip on October 12,1979, in the Western Pacific Ocean. Convert this pressure to 

d. psi

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