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http://openstudy.com/groups/mathematics#/groups/mathematics/updates/4de1d9ffc9a28b0ba65269c2 how I caculater to get answer P = 26855 Pascals

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  1. anonymous
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    do u mean how do i use a calculator to get the answer?

  2. anonymous
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    yes

  3. anonymous
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    I did plug the height but how u caculator to macth with answer

  4. anonymous
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    hi are you there?

  5. anonymous
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    yes

  6. anonymous
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    P=10^(5-(a/15,500)) everest P=26,855.44 trisuli P=34,963.34 bonete P=36,028.41 mckinley P=39,846.2 logan P=41,261.82

  7. anonymous
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    great, can u show me u caculator?

  8. anonymous
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    do you already know how to arrive in the formula?

  9. anonymous
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    Natala,do you already know how to arrive with the formula? P=10^(5-(a/15,500))

  10. anonymous
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    the most important here is that you should understand how to get P=10^(5-(a/15,500))

  11. anonymous
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    u just show me one,not nesse do all

  12. anonymous
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    P=10^(5-(8850\15,500) than can u shoe me u caculator

  13. anonymous
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    P=10^(5-(8850\15,500)

  14. anonymous
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    there i wrote one for everest

  15. anonymous
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    did you get it?

  16. anonymous
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    no

  17. anonymous
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    show me on caculator

  18. anonymous
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    P=10^(5-(7074\15,500) =34,963 trisuli

  19. anonymous
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    ok,I get it now

  20. anonymous
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    P=10^(5-(7074/15,500) =34,963 trisuli ok its 10 exponent (5 - 7074/15500)= 34,963

  21. anonymous
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    yes,I gey it now thank

  22. anonymous
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    see the 10 E 10 exponent (5 - 7074/15500)= 34,963

  23. anonymous
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    ok use the formula toget the other ...good luck,if you have question ask me now..lol

  24. anonymous
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    I will,thank

  25. anonymous
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    wc,,,....you can give me medal if you think im so helful to you..lol....

  26. anonymous
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    yes,u great

  27. anonymous
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    thnx...lol god luck mow....

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    God bless

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    good luck now

  30. anonymous
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    I have trug t solve log

  31. anonymous
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    Natala,do you already know how to arrive with the formula? P=10^(5-(a/15,500)) ,, do you know the algebraic solution to this?

  32. anonymous
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    yes

  33. anonymous
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    ok good,, whats the trig prob you got?

  34. anonymous
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    I wiil solve this problem frist,and will post some more

  35. anonymous
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    ok good....thnx n good luck for now..

  36. anonymous
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    T, again

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