Grade 11 physics

Some teenagers swiming under water hear a boat collision. They surface only to hear the same collision again 2065 s later in the air.If the speed of the sound is 340 m/s in air and 1.40km/s in water,determine the distance from the teenagers to the crash.

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  1. V = d/t, set up a systems of equations to find distance. Make sure your units match.

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