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A unit using calculus applied to the study of atmospheric pressure in relation to height and temperature. Students apply calculus to construct a mathematical model of the atmosphere.**Table of Contents:1. INTRODUCTION2. THE SIMPLIFIED MODEL**2.1 Derivation of the Formula

2.2 An Example

3.2 An Example, T Varies Linearly with x

3.3 An Application to Meteorology

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UMAP Module

16 pages

- Calculus

- Physical Sciences ,
- Atmospheric Sciences

Calculus (logarithms, exponentials); high school chemistry

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