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Solution: A typical barometric pressure in Denver, Colorado, is 615 mm Hg. What is this pressure in atmospheres and kilopascals?

Solution: A typical barometric pressure in Denver, Colorado, is 615 mm Hg. What is this pressure in atmospheres and kilopascals?

Problem

A typical barometric pressure in Denver, Colorado, is 615 mm Hg. What is this pressure in atmospheres and kilopascals?

Solution

The question is very straight forward, we just need to convert the given pressure of 615 mm Hg to atmospheres and kilopascals.

This means we have to do two separate calculations. We start off with converting it to atmospheres (atm)


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