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5- logP = a/ ( 15500) -log P = a/ (15500) -5 \[\log (P) = 5 - \frac{a}{15500}\]
anonymous
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lets take the first one ( Mt Everest ) 8850 = 15500( 5 - logP to the base 10) ( or lgP) lgP = 4.429 P = 26855 Pascals

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anonymous
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\[P = e^{ 5 - \frac{a}{15500} } \]
anonymous
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then just sub in different values of a, now its just a calculator exercise
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Just substitute the value of a as the height of the mountain and then do what i showed you
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P = e^ ( 5 - [ a/(15500) ] )
anonymous
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how I caculater to get answer P = 26855 Pascals
anonymous
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ok here, P=10^(5-(8850/15,500)) =26855.44

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