1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data If the bulk modulus for water at 70∘F is 319 kip/in^2, determine the change in pressure required to reduce its volume by 0.3%. 2. Relevant equations E = dP/(dV/V) E - Bulk Modulus dP - change in pressure dV - change in volume V - volume 3. The attempt at a solution Well I just said 319 kip/in^2 = dP/(.003/1 in^2) so then dP = .957 kip or 957 lb. But it's looking for an answer using US customary dimensions for pressure. Any ideas? What did I overlook?