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a driver releases an air bubble of volume 2.0 cm^3 from a depth of 15 m below the surface of a lake where the temperature is 70C.

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  1. And then what? You have not asked a question. You will need to make an assumption about whether the temperature of the gas in the bubble stays the same.

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