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A scuba diver was swimming at a depth of 8 meters below the surface of the water. He saw an eel swimming 3 meters above him and a squid swimming 4 meters below him. Which of the following methods shows a correct way to find the depth at which the eel was swimming?

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  1. -8+3 = -5

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  2. Steve, there is not an answer choice for -8+3=5. i have been looking for this answer for over 4 hours and haven’t been able to find it. i just want the letter. please.

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  4. THANK YOU

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