A dolphin is swimming at a depth of 3 feet. It jumps out of the water to a height of 4 feet above the surface of the water. What is the total distance the dolphin jumped?


  1. Answer:
    Step-by-step explanation:
    unless there’s some speed that I’m supposed to put into the calculation, then it’s just 3+4 which equals 7

  2. It would be 1 because three would be negative because it would be below sea level which is always negative when it jumps out of the water at 4 feet making it one.


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