A cylindrical vessel is filled with equal amounts by weights of mercury and water. The total height of the two layers is 29.2 cm. The pressure of the liquid…

Q: A cylindrical vessel is filled with equal amounts by weights of mercury and water. The total height of the two layers is 29.2 cm. The pressure of the liquid at the bottom of the vessel is: (specific gravity of mercury is 13.6)

(a) 8 cm of Hg

(b) 6 cm of Hg

(c) 4 cm of Hg

(d) 2 cm of Hg

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Ans: (c)