Review I Constants Periodic TableFor every 10 m below the water surface, thepressure exerted by the water adds 14.7 psi toatmospheric pressure, so 10 m below the surfacewould have a total pressure of 29.4 psi.Part AYou maywant to reference (Pages 272 - 279)Section 7.2 while completing this problem.If a swimmer has a lung volume of 6 L at sea level, what would the volume of her lungsbe when she is at the bottom of a pool that is 5.0 m deep? Assume that thetemperature and amount of the air in the lungs remain unchanged.Express your answer to two significant figures and include the appropriate units.7НА?ValueUnitsSubmitRequest AnswerP Pearson2019 Pearson Education Inc. All rights reserved. | Terms of Use Privacy Policy Permissions | Contact UsCopyrightTALL DOtrvey ToTTITCTIOETSOnly 2 left in stock - order soon.Only 10 left in stock - order30,639ОСТ28g0F3FIFIOF9F8F5F6F7F4*HARDO

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Review I Constants Periodic Table
For every 10 m below the water surface, the
pressure exerted by the water adds 14.7 psi to
atmospheric pressure, so 10 m below the surface
would have a total pressure of 29.4 psi.
Part A
You may
want to reference (Pages 272 - 279)
Section 7.2 while completing this problem.
If a swimmer has a lung volume of 6 L at sea level, what would the volume of her lungs
be when she is at the bottom of a pool that is 5.0 m deep? Assume that the
temperature and amount of the air in the lungs remain unchanged.
Express your answer to two significant figures and include the appropriate units.
7
НА
?
Value
Units
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TCTIOETS
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F3
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Review I Constants Periodic Table For every 10 m below the water surface, the pressure exerted by the water adds 14.7 psi to atmospheric pressure, so 10 m below the surface would have a total pressure of 29.4 psi. Part A You may want to reference (Pages 272 - 279) Section 7.2 while completing this problem. If a swimmer has a lung volume of 6 L at sea level, what would the volume of her lungs be when she is at the bottom of a pool that is 5.0 m deep? Assume that the temperature and amount of the air in the lungs remain unchanged. Express your answer to two significant figures and include the appropriate units. 7 НА ? Value Units Submit Request Answer P Pearson 2019 Pearson Education Inc. All rights reserved. | Terms of Use Privacy Policy Permissions | Contact Us Copyright TALL DOtrvey ToTTI TCTIOETS Only 2 left in stock - order soon. Only 10 left in stock - order 30,639 ОСТ 28 g0 F3 FI FIO F9 F8 F5 F6 F7 F4 * HAR DO

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Step 1

Given,

Pressure of the lungs at sea level (P1) = atmospheric pressure = 1 atm = 14.7 psi

Volume of the lungs at sea level (V1) = 6L

Total pressure at 10 m below water surface = 29.4 psi

The pressure (P2) at 5 m deep below the water surface can be calculated as:

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10 m below 29.4 psi 29.4 psi . 5m below x 5 m 10 m - 14.7 psi

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Assuming that the temperature and amount of air in the lungs remain unchanged, the volume of...

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Pi Vi P2 V2 P1 V1 V2 P2 14.7 psi x 6 L V2 = 14.7 psi V2 6 L

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