Question:

Part A If you dive under-water, you notice an uncomfortable pressure on your eardrums due to the increased pressure. The human e

Part A
If you dive under-water, you notice an uncomfortable pressure on your
eardrums due to the increased pressure. The human eardrum has an
area of about 70 mm² (7 x 10-5 m²), and it can sustain a force of
about 7 N without rupturing.
If your body had no means of balancing the extra pressure (which, in reality, it does), what would be the maximum depth you could dive without rupturing your eardrum?
O 0.3 m
O 1 m
O 3 m
O 10 m

Part A If you dive under-water, you notice an uncomfortable pressure on your eardrums due to the increased pressure. The human eardrum has an area of about 70 mm² (7 x 10-5 m²), and it can sustain a force of about 7 N without rupturing. If your body had no means of balancing the extra pressure (which, in reality, it does), what would be the maximum depth you could dive without rupturing your eardrum? O 0.3 m O 1 m O 3 m O 10 m