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megen505

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Air pressure may be represented as a function of height (in meters) above the surface of the Earth, as shown below. p(h)=p^o(e^-0.00012h) In this function, Po is the air pressure at the surface of the Earth, and h is the height above the surface of the Earth, measured in meters. At what height will the air pressure equal 65% of the air pressure at the surface of the Earth? A. 5416.7 m B. 0.65 m C. 3587.4 m D. 3589.9 m

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