# chemistry

If a swimmer has a lung volume of 6 at sea level, what would the volume of her lungs be when she is at the bottom of a pool that is 5 deep? Assume that the temperature and amount of the air in the lungs remain unchanged.

1. 6 WHAT and 5 WHAT. miles? mm?

posted by DrBob222
2. 6 Liters

posted by Hanna
3. 4L

posted by Jonathan

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