Water Pressure Question

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    Hello there,

    A good starting point would be to calculate the total pressure (including atmospheric pressure) acting on the bubble at the surface and at the  20 m depth. The pressure of the gas inside the bubble in each scenario must equal said pressure. You can then use the ideal gas law,  PV = nRT , to calculate the volume at the  20 m depth.

    I hope that this has been helpful.

    Smithenator5000.
 
 
 
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