pressure, Physics

3 scenarios:
You have an object such as a jar, and you submerge it under water to 50m depth. (Every 10m down increases pressure by 1 bar, thus the pressure is 5 bar).
Scenario 1: What is the pressure inside a sealed and empty jar?
Scenario 2: What is the pressure inside the jar once opened?
Scenario 3: What is the pressure inside the jar once closed again (now full of water)?
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