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# if a submarine dives 150 feet then it will be traviling at a depth of how many feet?

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150 feet

assuming it was not above the surface before diving, some amount either : a) greater than 150 feet or b) some amount on the way to the initial depth of 150 related to its acceleration and or constant velocity on the dive. with gravity being what it is and the resistance to falling thru the water ( ballast must be figured here, as well as the weight of the ship) and then of course the temperature of the water - and if its sea water or fresh...there are a number of factors that must be taken into consideration if you really want the answer. Hope your not on that sub at this point right...

Source(s): cuttnell & johnson principles of physics 2nd edition

at whatever depth it was at plus 150 feet

x = original depth

x + 150 = current depth

150 feet.

150 feet under sea level (-150 feet)

Sounds like you're missing some info on this question. It sounds like a pythagorean theorem question, but you need the length of 2 sides of the triangle before you can figure out the 3rd.

it depends on what depth it origannly started at...if it was at the surface then it would be 150 feet...

What body of water is he in? Fresh or salt water?

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR fathoms, if so divide by 6

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