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In a thunderstorm, the wind velocity in meters per second can be described by the function

 v(p) = 5.7 where p is the air pressure in millibars.

What is the air pressure of a thunderstorm in which the wind velocity is 49.3 meters per second? Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a millibar.

p = millibars