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  1. Beware, NCEES provided reference manual has errors in their steam table. Saturation pressure of water at 65F should be 0.3. See http://www.che.ksu.edu/docs/imported/SteamTable.pdf, https://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/water-vapor-saturation-pressure-d_599.html?vA=65&units=F#, and/or https://www.slaythepe.com/uploads/7/2/3/9/72392189/water-steam_saturation_properties__by_temperature_in_us_units_.pdf for supporting documents. Additionally, we should be able to recognize the provided chart as incorrect as pressure is directly proportional to the temperature
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