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a scuba diver breathing normal air descends 100m of depth, where the total pressure is 11 atm. What is the partial pressure of oxygen that the diver experiences at this depth?

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Make a ratio:

11atm/1atm= P/partial pressureO2 at surface

Solve for P

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