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A cylindrical container with a cross-sectional area of 68.2cm^2 holds a fluid of density 846kg/m^3 . At the bottom of the container the pressure is 116kPa . What is the depth of the fluid? Find the pressure at the bottom of the container after an additional 2.45×10^−3 (m^3) of this fluid is added to the container. Assume that no fluid spills out of the container.

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  1. JamesJ
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    What's pressure as a function of density \( \rho \)?

  2. JamesJ
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    Maegan, someone might type an answer to your problem here. But it's much better you hang around and engage with us so we can help you where you are.

  3. JamesJ
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    For the record, the pressure of a column of fluid of density rho which is h meters heigh is \[ P = \rho gh \]

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