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Under water, pressure increases 4.3 pounds per square inch (psi) for every 10 feet you descend. This is represented by the equation p = 0.43d + 14.7, where p is the psi and d is the depth in ft. Find the pressure at 200 feet.
A. 215.13 psi
B. 860 psi
C. 100.7 psi
 3 years ago
Under water, pressure increases 4.3 pounds per square inch (psi) for every 10 feet you descend. This is represented by the equation p = 0.43d + 14.7, where p is the psi and d is the depth in ft. Find the pressure at 200 feet. A. 215.13 psi B. 860 psi C. 100.7 psi

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greenchild623
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1p = 0.43d + 14.7 p = 0.43 X (200) + 14.7 p = 86 + 14.7 p = 100.7!!!!!
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