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A vacuum gauge reads 8 in Hg when the atmospheric pressure is 290 in Hg If the specific gravity of mercury is 136 compute the absolute pressure in psi 2 A vacuum gauge reads 10 in Hg when

A vacuum gauge reads 8 in. Hg when the atmospheric pressure is 29.0 in. Hg. If the specific gravity of mercury is 13.6, compute the absolute pressure in psi.

2. A vacuum gauge reads 10 in. Hg when the atmospheric pressure is 30 in. Hg. Assuming the density of mercury to be 13.595 kg/m3, determine the pressure in pascals

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