23222(157 N)90 m/s 3.2 10 km/h.(0.80)(1.21kg/m )(0.040 m )FVCAρ==×(b) Doubling our previous result, we find the reported speed to be 6.5 ×102km/h. (c) The result is not reasonable for a terrestrial storm. A category 5 hurricane has speeds on the order of 2.6 ×102m/s. 39. In the solution to exercise 4, we found that the force provided by the wind needed to
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