if pressure at half the depth of a container is egual to 2/3 pressure at the bottom of lake then what is the depth of lake?

Asked by architsrivastava02 | 1st Sep, 2010, 12:18: PM

Expert Answer:

d - depth of container, D - depth of lake,
Assuming container holds water, and P = ρgh
ρgd/2 = 2ρgD/3
d = 4D/3.
The container depth is 4/3 or 75% of the lake depth.
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Answered by  | 1st Sep, 2010, 01:37: PM

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