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First convert feet to meters. 12 feet = 3.6576 meters 5 feet = 1.524 meters multiply the meters together and you get sq meters.. your answer is 5.5741824m2
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Yes. The first is a speed (or velocity), the second is a distance.
First you need to determine how many meters is equivilent to 4 foot. 4 ft = 1.2192 meters Then you multiply that by 90 sq. meters to determine the cubic meters. 1.2192*90 = 109.728 The answer is 109.728 cubic meters
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The submarine will be at a depth of 255 meters. We work it by 230 - 95 + 120 = First, 230 - 95 = 135, and 135 + 120 = 255 meters
The first submersible was planned. but never built by Englishman William Bourne in 1578. The first practical one built was David Bushnell's 'Turtle' in 1766.
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The first submersible of whose construction there exists reliable information was built in 1620
The Mariana Trench was first measured by HMS Challenger in 1875 using sounding lines. The depth recorded by that method was 4,475 fathoms (8,184m). The first sonar measurement was made by another oceanographic survey ship of the same name, in 1951. The depth reported by that expedition was 10,911 meters.
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The deepest depth achieved by a manned submersible was achieved by the Bathyscaphe Trieste in January of 1960, manned by co-designer Jacqus Piccard (now deceased), and U.S. Navy Lt. Don Walsh.Surveying the deepest point in the oceans, the Challenger Deep area of the Mariana Trench in the Pacific off of the Marianas Islands group, it descended to a depth of nearly 7 miles below the surface of the ocean - 35,761 ft, or 10,900 meters. That's over 1083 times normal atmospheric pressure on its hull at that depth, or 15,928 PSIA (lbs/square inch absolute).Noted filmmaker James Cameron's Deepsea Challengerrecently (March 2012) completed the first ever solo dive to the Challenger Deep with him aboard, touching down at a depth of 35,756 ft, just a few feet shy of Trieste's dive.
The first known documented making of a submersible is in the year 1620. This design was very flawed and was moved by oars while it was under water which were operated by the people inside of the submersible.
Titanic was discovered in 1985, explored in 1986, and thousands of artifacts were salvaged in 1987.
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