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Given that the surface area of the oceans is approximately 361,000,000 km2, use the histogram of ocean area vs. depth (Figure 4-15) to estimate the total volume of the oceans. How does your result compare with the known ocean volume of 1,338,000,000 km3? http://www.freeimagehosting.net/5bkpb

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  1. bloodrain
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    what grade is this for, college?

  2. Fall12-13
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    Yeah

  3. Fall12-13
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    http://imageshack.us/a/img42/60/figure.png Updated link for the figure in case the othe one doesn't work.

  4. bloodrain
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    im sorry im only in 10th grade, im a nekomimi, and i am dumb as a post (and less useful too) so please find someone else to answer your question

  5. Susan9419
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    can u save the image to a file on your computer and attach it here?

  6. Fall12-13
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    Okay hold on

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  7. Susan9419
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    ok, i thought i knew what this was but im sorry i dont ;(

  8. Fall12-13
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    Oh well...at least you tried, thanks anyways :)

  9. Susan9419
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    your welcome ig lol ;D

  10. Fall12-13
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    ig? o_O

  11. Susan9419
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    becuase i didnt even help!!!

  12. Fall12-13
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    Who cares

  13. Susan9419
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    i care i wasnt able to help.

  14. bloodrain
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    T_T college is so hard...

  15. Fall12-13
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    Lol I know...

  16. joshi
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    wait why does it say mount everest on the graph?

  17. Fall12-13
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    never mind that, just tell me how can i find the depth.

  18. joshi
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    well i can't know that without seeing the histogram. but if we assume the ocean is like a cuboid. and we know the surface area, so we know that lw + hl + wh = 361 whatever and then the depth is the height, so w x h x l = whatever the number is but then there's 3 variables. never mind that makes no sense.

  19. Fall12-13
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    the histogram is posted as an attached file.

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