# SOLUTION: Can you assist me with this problem, I am not sure about how to set up problem to solve. The formula for pressure is P p = 5 + (5/d11), where P is in pounds per square inch and

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 Question 148023: Can you assist me with this problem, I am not sure about how to set up problem to solve. The formula for pressure is P p = 5 + (5/d11), where P is in pounds per square inch and d is depth in ft. Find P when d = 11 ft.Answer by jim_thompson5910(29613)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Is the equation ? Start with the given expression. Plug in Multiply and to get . Combine the fractions. Approximate the fraction So the pressure is about 5.041 PSI ---------------------------- OR.... Is the equation ? Start with the given equation. Plug in Multiply by Combine the fractions. Approximate the fraction. So the pressure is about 5.4545 PSI