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4.  True  False • If I have discomfort in my ears or sinuses during descent, I should continue downward. 5.  True  False • Underwater, I should breathe slowly, deeply, continuously and never hold my breath. 6.  True  False • My instructor has an alternate air source I may breathe from in the unlikely event I have a problem with my air supply underwater. 7.  True  False • The “caution zone” on my air gauge indicates that I have plenty of air in my tank and that I may continue diving. 8.  True  False • I should not touch, tease or harass an underwater organism since it may harm me and/or I may harm it.

2.  True  False • To equalize my ears and sinus air spaces during descent, I will need to blow gently against pinched nostrils. 3.  True  False • I should equalize every few feet/one metre while descending. 4.  True  False • If I have discomfort in my ears or sinuses during descent, I should continue downward. 5.  True  False • Underwater, I should breathe slowly, deeply, continuously and never hold my breath. 6.  True  False • My instructor has an alternate air source I may breathe from in the unlikely event I have a problem with my air supply underwater.

True  False • I should equalize every few feet/one metre while descending. 4.  True  False • If I have discomfort in my ears or sinuses during descent, I should continue downward. 5.  True  False • Underwater, I should breathe slowly, deeply, continuously and never hold my breath. 6.  True  False • My instructor has an alternate air source I may breathe from in the unlikely event I have a problem with my air supply underwater. 7.  True  False • The “caution zone” on my air gauge indicates that I have plenty of air in my tank and that I may continue diving.

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