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1. Which of the following conditions is most important in establishing a temperature inversion? A.a layer of warm air over a layer of cold air <------|UNSURE| B.two layers of warm air, one on top of the other C.a layer of cold air over one of warm air D.two layers of warm air | | 2. Which of the following can play a central role in forming a temperature inversion? ozone layer within the stratosphere ozone in the troposphere the ionosphere <----- |UNSURE| the upper mesosphere | | 3. A rising barometer indicates which of the following kinds of air masses is approaching? cold, dry air mass warm, dry air mass <-----|UNSURE| hot, wet air mass cold, wet air mass | | 4. A falling barometer indicates which of the following air masses is approaching? warm, wet air mass cold, dry air mass warm, dry air mass cold, wet air mass <---- |UNSURE| | | 5. Which observations indicate that rain is approaching? rising barometer, decreased cloudiness, falling temperatures rising barometer, increased cloudiness, rising temperatures falling barometer, increased cloudiness, rising temperatures falling barometer, increased cloudiness, falling temperatures <----- |UNSURE| | | 6. Which of the following best describes the change in temperature with altitude in the stratosphere? temperature increases with altitude temperature decreases with altitude <----|UNSURE| temperature varies with altitude within the stratosphere temperature stays the same through the whole stratosphere
ya im not sure math is my strong suit not this:( sorry
it's fine. Thank you for trying. :)
well i can help with 6
6. Which of the following best describes the change in temperature with altitude in the stratosphere? temperature increases with altitude temperature decreases with altitude <----|UNSURE| temperature varies with altitude within the stratosphere temperature stays the same through the whole stratosphere Temp decreases the higher you go
So B is correct for that one?
I've been doing a little research and it appears according to Wikipedia: "Given enough pressure, the normal vertical temperature gradient is inverted such that the air is colder near the surface of the Earth. This can occur when, for example, a warmer, less-dense air mass moves over a cooler, denser air mass." So I believe you are correct for the first one. I will do some more research for the others. ^.^
Thank you so much! @YoungStudier You're literally the best :3
Anytime ^-^ I couldn't find much on the second one, but I checked some previously asked questions and most of them pointed to what you believe the answer to be.
I know for sure it isn't B. Thank you. I'm just going to go with C.
Righto. For the third one I believe you are correct. A good way to remember pressure systems is: High and Dry and Low and Wet.
It is Warm, dry air mass? The teacher said that one is incorrect though. ;-;
:/ That's strange...
I know..I thought it was that for sure too..
@YoungStudier can you help me with my question
Yes, one moment, I'll try to help you once I finish up here. ^.^
Which one do you think it could be besides that one?
i think B
The teacher says B is incorrect.
Uhm, so. According to a previously asked question on another site: " Barometric pressure rises when wetter, colder air comes through. Cold air is automatically more dense than hot air and the higher water content makes the air denser still. So to answer your questions a rising barometer could indicate everything but warm dry air."
So maybe Cold, wet air mass could be it?
That's what I was thinking because water makes stuff heavier, as funny as that sounds. :P
So for the next one it would be the opposite.
Okay, Let's just use that then :p So it would be Warm, dry air mass?
For #4 I believe so, yes. ^-^
The next one, it's not D for sure, The teacher says it is incorrect.
So we can kinda cheat on this one and look at the previous two questions. We already found out that a rising barometer signals cold, wet air mass. So what do you think the answer could be for this one?
or it could be A?
Aye, this one is a confusing one. Normally when it's about to rain you tend to see more clouds gathering in the sky. But as for the temperature, the air can be humid or cold. It's not entirely a fair question if you think about it. :/
I know, My teacher really messed up. All the questions don't make sense. I think I'll just go with A..
I mean B. cx
Okay, best of luck ^-^
What about six? What do you think? it's for sure not B..
@YoungStudier You there?
Yes, one second, I'll take a looksie ^.^
Uhm, do you have any other guesses as to what it may be?
Uhm, no, but you're close. :P
I believe so, yes. ^-^
All of the ones we worked on except one were incorrect. ;-; 27/42
I'm so sorry. D:
It's okay. I think it was maybe my teacher's fault. She probably didn't set up the thing right.
The questions were a little wonky. :/ :P
I'm just going to leave this question open. So I can refer back to it. :)