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ascuba diver is 180 ft below sea level and rises to the vsurface at a rate of 30 ft/min.How long will the diver take to reach the surface?

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  1. 180/30 = ?

  2. 6 minutes

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    posted by q
  3. it would take the scuba diver 6 minutes

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    posted by Tavia
  4. I Don't know

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    posted by Emily
  5. 6 minutes my friend :)

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