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The height of a fluid inside a tube or pipe can be used to measure the pressure at the base of the fluid column. An open standpipe contains 25 degrees C water, with the water surface 27 m above the ground. What is the gage pressure at the base of this water column? If the column were only 2 cm high, what would the gage pressure be?

The height of a fluid inside a tube or pipe can be used to measure the pressure at the base of the fluid column. An open standpipe contains 25 degrees C water, with the water surface 27 m above the ground. What is the gage pressure at the base of this water column? If the column were only 2 cm high, what would the gage pressure be?