# Question

The ocean can be as deep as 10 km.

(a) Assuming the density for seawater is constant at the value given in Table 9.2, what is the absolute pressure at such depths?

(b) What would be the percentage change in volume of a cube of aluminum that measured 1.00 m on a side when at the ocean surface?

(c) By how much did the aluminum cube’s volume change?

(a) Assuming the density for seawater is constant at the value given in Table 9.2, what is the absolute pressure at such depths?

(b) What would be the percentage change in volume of a cube of aluminum that measured 1.00 m on a side when at the ocean surface?

(c) By how much did the aluminum cube’s volume change?

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