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The pressure of earth's atmosphere at sea level is approximately 1000 millibars and decreases exponentially with elevation. At an elevation of 30,000ft, the pressure is one-third of the sea level pressure. At what elevation is the pressure half of the sea-level pressure? At what elevation is it 1% of the sea-level pressure?

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