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AOSC200Lect10 - AOSC 200 Lesson 10 p 159 p 159 Fig 6.3 Newton's First Law A body at rest tends to stay at rest while a body in motion tends to stay

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AOSC 200 Lesson 10
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p. 159
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p. 159
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Fig. 6.3
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Newton’s First Law A body at rest tends to stay at rest while a body in motion tends to stay in motion, traveling at a constant speed and in a straight line, until acted upon by an outside force
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Newton’s Second Law (Law of Momentum): A force exerted on an object (including a parcel of water or gas) of a given mass causes the object to accelerate in the direction of the applied force and in proportion to the force divided by the objects mass. Force equals Mass times Acceleration F = ma
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Fig. 6-2, p. 160
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Fig. 6.2
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Forces that Move the Air Gravitational force Is directed downward , normal to the ground Approximately equal to the mass of the air times the gravitational acceleration Pressure gradient force
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Fig. 6-4, p. 161
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Pressure Gradient Force
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Box 6.1
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Box 6.1
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PRESSURE- GRADIENT FORCE IS A FUNCTION OF THE PRESSURE DIFFERENCE AND AIR DENSITY.
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2012 for the course AOSC 200 taught by Professor Hudson during the Fall '08 term at Maryland.

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AOSC200Lect10 - AOSC 200 Lesson 10 p 159 p 159 Fig 6.3 Newton's First Law A body at rest tends to stay at rest while a body in motion tends to stay

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