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Selena2345

  • one year ago

A diver at -60 feet stops every 5 feet before reaching the surface. How many stops will the diver make before reaching the surface?

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  1. hedyeh99
    • one year ago
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    I think I got this, Ok, the diver will stop at every 5 feet, so he is currently at -60 feet He will stop at -55,-50,-45,-40,-35,-30,-25,-20,-15,-19, and then -5 feet, just count how many stops he makes :). The only part I am not sure on is if they count -60 feet or not, but I do not believe so

  2. hedyeh99
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    Sorry, where it says 19, it is supposed to be -10

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