# Sea on the Moon

Assume that the Moon has a sea with the same composition as Earth's (it has the same density of saltwater). Calculate the boat's dive floating in the sea on the Moon when on Earth has dive 3.9 m. Consider that the Moon has 6.5-times smaller gravitational acceleration.

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