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Dmitt
 one year ago
In lecture 27, how did professor know the 1cm^2 tubing of air with height that reaches the top of atmosphere weigh only 1kg?
Dmitt
 one year ago
In lecture 27, how did professor know the 1cm^2 tubing of air with height that reaches the top of atmosphere weigh only 1kg?

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Festinger
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0The pressure high up is lower. As to how they get that value, there are math that try to model this, plus NASA has data on such phenomena.
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