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## What is the pressure of a swimmer 20m below the surface of water?

=>> 1.99 × 10^5 pa ➡ 2 atm is the pressure.

## What is the pressure on a swimmer 10m below the surface?

∴ The pressure on a swimmer 10 m below the surface lake is 2 atm, thus, option (D) is correct. Note: We can see from the answer that the pressure at a depth of 10m is much more than the pressure at the surface of the lake. So as the depth under the water surface increases the pressure also increases.

## What is the pressure on a swimmer 10m below the surface of a lake atmospheric pressure is 1.01 105Pa?

g=10ms-2, atmospheric pressure = 1.01×105Pa. 2.01×105Pa≈2atm .

## What is the absolute pressure at a depth of 10m in a lake?

Total Pressure at the depth of 10 m. = Atmospheric Pressure + Pressure calculated. = 198 × 10³ Pa. Hence, the Pressure at the depth of 10 m is 198 kPa.

## What is the pressure at the surface of water?

If you are at sea level, each square inch of your surface is subjected to a force of 14.6 pounds. The pressure increases about one atmosphere for every 10 meters of water depth. At a depth of 5,000 meters the pressure will be approximately 500 atmospheres or 500 times greater than the pressure at sea level.

## What is meant by gauge pressure?

Gauge pressure is the pressure measured relative to the ambient atmospheric pressure. Gauge pressure can be measured using a diaphragm sensor, where one side of the diaphragm is exposed to the pressure media that is to be measured, while the other side is exposed to the ambient atmospheric pressure.

## What is the value of absolute pressure in ATM at a depth of 1000 in the ocean?

Thus the absolute pressure at a depth of 1000 m in the ocean is P=104atm .

## How do you calculate water pressure at depth?

We begin by solving the equation P = hρg for depth h: h=Pρg h = P ρ g . Then we take P to be 1.00 atm and ρ to be the density of the water that creates the pressure.

## Which type of liquids pressure are measured using a manometer?

Liquid manometers measure differential pressure by balancing the weight of a liquid between two pressures. Light liquids such as water can measure small pressure differences; mercury or other heavy liquids are used for large pressure differences.