In a river,flowing water exerts a force on the swimmer. To cross the river or to swim upstream the swimmer has to overcome this resistive force. This requires spending a lot of energy. As there is no flow of water in a swimming pool, the swimmer does not have to overcome the resistive force as in river. Hence it is easier to swim in swimming pool than in a river.
Newton's 3 Laws Of Motion: #1 - An object at rest will remain at rest, and an object in motion will stay in motion unless a force acts on it. (example: if a book is on a table, it will stay on the table until someone/something pushes or pulls it.) #2 - An object that has a force acting on it will move in the same direction that the force pushes or pulls it. (example: if you push a chair foward, it will go foward.) #3 - When one object pushes on another, the second object will react by pushing the first object back. (example: when a swimmer pushes on the pool wall, the wall pushes the swimmer back.)
it depends if your a good swimmer then the shallow end but if a bad swimmer or nervous swimmer deep end
Atcually it was Emily in the pool cause she is a swimmer and Ian did.
Swimmers feel their weight lighter in a swimming pool because they displace a large volume of water . The water exerts similar amount of buoyant force to that of water displaced by they body of the swimmer and this pressure cancels a certain amount of weight of the swimmer .
im a geat swimmer swiming is my favorite thing to do we go to horeb pool evereyday in the summer
it depends how fast the swimmer is
The most common way is to stand 3/4 from the front of the block and wait for the swimmer to come. When the swimmer gets to the "T" at the end of the pool the swimmer on the block dives in over the swimmer in the water.