Problem: The height of water in a water barometer is 883 cm at 20°C. The density of water at 20°C is 0.998 g/cm−3. What is the pressure? 1. 8.64 × 103 Pa 2. 86.4 kPa 3. 88.3 kPa 4. 8.81 × 103 Pa 5. 101 kPa

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The height of water in a water barometer is 883 cm at 20°C. The density of water at 20°C is 0.998 g/cm−3. What is the pressure?

1. 8.64 × 103 Pa

2. 86.4 kPa

3. 88.3 kPa

4. 8.81 × 103 Pa

5. 101 kPa

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