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Meteorology For altitudes up to 36,000 feet, the relationship between temperature and altitude can be described by the formula t = -0.0035a + g, where t is the temperature in degrees Fahrenheit, a is the altitude in feet, and g is the ground temperature in degrees Fahrenheit. Solve this formula for a

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    |dw:1358130368487:dw| now plug in numbers and or use a calculator to get the exact numbers

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