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# What is the length of the tallest vertical straw Superman can use to get a drink...

What is the length of the tallest vertical straw Superman can use to get a drink of water out of an open container. You may assume the density of water is ρ=1000kg/m^3 and that atmospheric pressure is 1atm.

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