Let us consider the intial pressure at ground level is \(\displaystyle{P}_{{1}}\)

Let us consider the intial pressure at the top of the tower is \(\displaystyle{P}_{{2}}\)

Difference between the pressures at two places can be given \(\displaystyle{P}_{{1}}-{P}_{{2}}\rho{h}{g}\)

Therefore the height of the toweris given by

\(\displaystyle{h}={\frac{{{P}_{{1}}-{P}_{{2}}}}{{\rho{g}}}}\)

Where \(\displaystyle\rho\) is the average atmospheric air density.

'g' is the accelaration due to gravity.

Substitute the above values in the formula to get the height of the tower.

Let us consider the intial pressure at the top of the tower is \(\displaystyle{P}_{{2}}\)

Difference between the pressures at two places can be given \(\displaystyle{P}_{{1}}-{P}_{{2}}\rho{h}{g}\)

Therefore the height of the toweris given by

\(\displaystyle{h}={\frac{{{P}_{{1}}-{P}_{{2}}}}{{\rho{g}}}}\)

Where \(\displaystyle\rho\) is the average atmospheric air density.

'g' is the accelaration due to gravity.

Substitute the above values in the formula to get the height of the tower.