1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Consider a manometer with a glass bulb (Pgas=88kPa) at one end and which is open to the atmosphere (P =101 kPa) at the other. The manometer has two liquids oil and water in it, as shown. If the oil has a density of 823 kg/m3 and water a density of 1.00x10^3 kg/m3 find the height of the water. http://s16.postimage.org/9ihj14zir/Screen_shot_2012_04_12_at_3_22_43_PM.png 2. Relevant equations P=pgh 3. The attempt at a solution I keep deducing the equation to be; Patm + ρwater*g*H = Pgas + ρoil*g*0.699m Solving for H, I get 0.750m. The answer though, is 0.269m. Where am I going wrong?