# Automatically 20853

Please calculate according to Pascal's law. The depth bomb used against the submarine was equipped with a hydrostat, which automatically caused it to explode at a given depth. The hydrostat was set to a pressure of 400kPa. At what depth below the surface did the bomb explode if the density of seawater was 1030kg per M3?

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