Given depth(height), in m, find the pressure under a body of water. Need to know the density of water(kg/m^3), and gravity(m/s^2).
The test suite has been updated to test against a tolerance rather than using isequal.
It's good that the Test Suite was fixed, but the Problem Statement is still inadequate. Liquid water's density varies with temperature, e.g. ~965 kg/m³ at 90 °C, and gravity varies with latitude and elevation, e.g. ~9.78 m/s² at the poles. Density and gravity need to be either specified in the problem statement or else provided as inputs. —DIV
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