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Suppose you were to swim into an underwater cave while keeping the same depth below the surface of the water. Would the water pressure around you increase, decrease, or remain the same?
a. The pressure would increase.
b. The pressure would decrease.
c. The pressure would remain the same.

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    Pascal's principle: Water everywhere at the same depth is the same.

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