1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A diver weighing 784 N stands on a diving board 13.6 m above the surface of a pool. The diver steps off the edge and falls into the pool. The pool does -12290 J of work on the diver. How far below the surface of the pool (depth) does the diver reach? 2. Relevant equations W=F*d 3. The attempt at a solution I think maybe it is as simple as this: Work is done by water. Weight is the Force of the diver going straight down. Therefore: Work of water = Force of weight * unknown d. -12290/784 = 15.68 m. Is this correct? Or a better way to do this?