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tiny-tim

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Hi Bassel!

I don't understand.

I don't understand.

Can you give an example?

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the last part of the problem by taking the absolute pressure of the right side equal to the atmospheric pressure only by taking the gauge pressure there as 0 while in the left part we are asked to find the gauge pressure. how come one has no gauge and the other has

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tiny-tim

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so it is at atmospheric pressure, ie the gauge pressure is 0

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