# math

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a mountain is 17,064 feet above sea level, and a valley is 106 feet below sea level. what is the difference in elevation between the mountain and the valley?

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(17,064 ft) - (-106 ft) = 17,170 ft

106 ft is negative because its below sea level. so relative to sea level its negative.

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