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    Atmospheric pressure

    When i put number 30 into my calculator, it does not work because there is a 0 under altitude. i get that much, and i know that i have to change the x and y, but i do not know how...could someone please assist me with this problem? Thank you!



    it is number 30, it is continued on the second page
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    I dont know how to switch the x and y on my calculator
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    Quote Originally Posted by aikenfan View Post
    I dont know how to switch the x and y on my calculator
    You'll have to do a new problem. If it is what I am thinking, then simply use two new lists where x is the old y and y is the old x.

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