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Unformatted text preview: X E 14 - Quiz: Physical Laws a X A Aerospaceweb.org | Ask U: x &gt; Pressure Ratio- Brayton ( X com/courses/103504/ quizzes/299689 You Answered 0.9287 Question 9 0 / 1 pts Find the pressure ratio at cruising altitude. Given information: Barometric Altimeter setting = 30.42 in. Hg Cruising Indicated Altitude = 20,500 ft Outside Air Temperature at altitude = -22.32 deg F Atmosphere Table 2.1 210 167 0 9838 Correct Answer 0.4595 You Answered 0.5328 Question 10 1 / 1 pts What is the density of the air (slugs/ft ) at 20.000 ft on a standard day? Corract! 0,001266 e 9...
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