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Bse data analysis - left of graph • Overall the relative humidity start high(around 60 and falls • Above about forty thousand feet the R.H gets

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7/10/11 Temperature in F. VS Alt.
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7/10/11 Temperature in F. VS Alt. The graph clearly demonstrates a trend in temperature’s relationship with altitude The temperature rise as the balloon rises, up until about forty thousand feet The temp. then begins to rise until the balloon reaches its peak altitude
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7/10/11 Relative Hum. % VS Alt.
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7/10/11 Relative Hum. % VS Alt. The as shown by the graph, the relative humidity data had a significant amount of “bad data” (line
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Unformatted text preview: left of graph) • Overall the relative humidity start high (around 60%) and falls • Above about forty thousand feet the R.H. gets very low and it levels off at 7/10/11 Pressure in Mb. VS Alt. 7/10/11 Pressure in Mb. VS Alt. • The pressure graph is fairly straight-forward • As the altitude increases, the pressure decreases, with the pressure changing at a higher rate when the balloon is at a lower elevation • This same pattern is followed fairly...
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This note was uploaded on 07/10/2011 for the course CALC 1301 taught by Professor Marshak during the Spring '11 term at Minnesota.

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Bse data analysis - left of graph • Overall the relative humidity start high(around 60 and falls • Above about forty thousand feet the R.H gets

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