The Challenger Deep is the deepest part of the Mariana Trench, with unrepeated measurements showing 11.03 kilometers, or 6.85 miles, of depth below sea level.
Mount Everest peaks out at 8,848 meters, or 29,029 feet, or 5.497917 miles, above sea level.
So, 5.497917 miles plus 6.85 miles equals 12.347917 miles, or 65,197 feet. This sum also converts to 19.87205 kilometers, or 19,872.05 meters.
Well the height difference between Mt Everest is 20,029 and Mariana trench is 35,827 ft deep. I think I'm trying to if only you can compare thats how you will find the answer.
Roughly 30,373ft (9257.6m). The elevation of Mount Everest is 29,035ft [above sea level] and the Dead Sea's elevation is 1,388ft below sea level, making it the lowest place on Earth.
There is a big difference between height and elevation. Height is how tall something is. Elevation is how far above sea level something is.
Relief is the change in elevation in a region and measures the difference between that area's highest and lowest elevation. Elevation is the distance above or below sea level that a region is.
Mount Everest is 29,028ft high. The Matterhorn is 14,690ft high. The difference is 14,338ft.
Their scale and elevation.
The difference in elevation between one contour line and the next is called relief. Hope this helped. ;)
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