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 The increasing positive pressure lowers the total of the negative pressure coming from the source and the tube reflects those changes in pressure. \\ The increasing positive pressure lowers the total of the negative pressure coming from the source and the tube reflects those changes in pressure. \\
  
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 **Example (figure D)**: **Example (figure D)**:
 A rise in vacuum pressure of 6" of water (left leg) has a total of 12" in rise as the water has traveled in both legs. \\ A rise in vacuum pressure of 6" of water (left leg) has a total of 12" in rise as the water has traveled in both legs. \\