Which locations on the map are low-pressure areas? a b c d e
PLATO ANSWER: A and C
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a.) & c.)
A and C
The answers are A and C.
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Low pressure areas are 970 and 1,010.
The air pressure represents the pressure that the air makes with its wight on the objects. Basically, the heavier the air is, the higher the air pressure is, and the lighter the air is, the lower the air pressure is. The air pressure is measured in mbar, hPa, and Pa.
Standard air pressure conditions are considered to be 1,1013.25 mbar. Every value that is larger than this one means that the air pressure is high, and every value below this one means that the air pressure is low. In this case, the only two values that are below the standard value of the air pressure are 970 and 1,010, thus making them the only two values with low air pressure.
The air pressure is influenced by multiple factors:
Some facts about the air pressure are:the colder the air is, the higher the air pressure isthe warmer the air is, the lower the air pressurethe air pressure is higher closer to the surface of the Earth, and it gets lower with elevationthe precipitation increases the air pressure
Learn more about the types of precipitation