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At sea level, a tire pressure gauge indicates a tire pressure of 25.5 psi.
What is the absolute pressure of the air inside the tire?
(Give answer in Pa)

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As we know
1 psi = 6894.757 Pa
Therefore
25.5 psi = 25.5* 6894.757 Pa
= 175816.311 Pa

Absoute Pressure = Gauge pressure + Atmospheric pressure

As Atmospheric pressure = 101325 Pa
Therefore
Absolute Pressure = 101325 + 175816.311
= 277141.311 Pa
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