Ok, we all know that density is mass/volume. So if air is 1.22kg/m3,If we increase pressure, volume will change, therfore density can change.

So how does one calculate density of air at higher elevations. Where i currently live, at 4700ft above sea lvl, im guessing air density is not 1.22kg/m3. So how would i calculate it?

Thanks

So how does one calculate density of air at higher elevations. Where i currently live, at 4700ft above sea lvl, im guessing air density is not 1.22kg/m3. So how would i calculate it?

Thanks

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