What’s the difference, measured in feet, between Earth's lowest point below sea level and its highest point above sea level?

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What’s the difference, measured in feet, between Earth's lowest point below sea level and its highest point above sea level?

Post by NewsOnline on Wed Dec 21, 2011 6:09 pm

What’s the difference, measured in feet, between Earth's lowest point below sea level and its highest point above sea level?

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Re: What’s the difference, measured in feet, between Earth's lowest point below sea level and its highest point above sea level?

Post by NewsOnline on Wed Dec 21, 2011 6:16 pm

How to find the answer: Search [deepest point undersea] to find that Earth's deepest point is the Challenger Deep at around 36,000 feet. Estimates of depth vary from 35,813 feet to 36,168 feet. Search [highest point above sea level] to find Mt. Everest at 29,035 feet. Google the difference: [36,168 - 29,035] to find that the ocean's deepest point is 7133 feet deeper than Mt. Everest is tall.


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