Why is it impossible to calculate the air pressure in the same way as the pressure of the liquid on the bottom or walls of the vessel is calculated?

In order to calculate atmospheric pressure using the formula P = pgh, it is necessary to know the density of air and the height of the air column above the surface of the Earth. But the atmosphere does not have a clear upper boundary, and the air density varies significantly with height

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