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At a certain station the surface wind has a speed of 10 m/s and is directed across the isobars from high to low pressure at an angle of α=20°. Assuming the flow is balanced (no acceleration), calculate the magnitude of the horizontal pressure gradient force vector and the magnitude of the frictional force vector. Assume that the station is located at 40°N. Start by sketching all forces. Provide a detailed explanation of your approach.

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    @UnkleRhaukus please help!

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    have you made a sketch

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    no i dont knwo where to start

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    im not even sure what to sketch

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    @.Sam.

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    could you please help

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