Lessons for Air Pressure

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  • When Disaster Strikes! Rocks, Minerals, Erosion and Weather - … (e.g., temperature, moisture, wind, air pressure, the sun); – identify the effects of air pressure (e.g., low pressure air masses are associated with mild temperature and create conditions that cause storms or clouds; high pressure air masses … ., low pressure and high pressure); 5s115 5s117 5s118 5s120 5s124 5s126 1 1 – identify the effects of air pressure (e.g., low pressure air masses are …
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  • I Can't Take the Pressure! - … Great is Atmospheric Pressure? - Worksheet 1, Amount of Air Pressure on a Square Table and Graph - Worksheet 2, Air Pressure Chart - Worksheet 3, Air Pressure vs. Altitude … the air pressure for specific elevations. See the Air Pressure vs. Altitude Data and Graph Reference Sheet for more detailed comparison. Figure 1. Air pressure diagram. Air pressure … Great is Atmospheric Pressure? - Worksheet 1 Amount of Air Pressure on a Square Table and Graph - Worksheet 2 Air Pressure Chart - Worksheet 3 Air Pressure Chart - Worksheet …
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  • The Changing Life of Air Pressure - … pressure. Whenever a high-pressure area meets a low-pressure area, the high pressure will always move into the low area. These differences in air pressure are what cause air … the air pressure on the outside of the bottle.) Ask, "What do we need to do to the air to lessen the air pressure in …
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  • Air Under Pressure - … air pressure, and air masses that form closer to the poles are higher air pressure. Vocabulary/Definitions (Return to Contents) air mass: A large region of air that has similar temperature, pressure and humidity. air pressure: The force … -pressure areas. high-pressure area: Region of air where the air pressure is greater than that of the surrounding area. low air pressure: Region of air where the air pressure
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  • Can You Take the Pressure? - … on air pressure and Bernoulli's Principle. The students will learn how air movement changes air pressure. Air Pressure - Students will learn that air pressure is the weight of air and that air pressure changes with altitude. Lesson … faster air moves, the higher the pressure. (Answer: False. Pressure decreases as air velocity increases.) True of False? Air pressure pushes in all directions. (Answer: True. Air pressure
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  • What is a Barometer? - … air pressure can change at and near Earth's surface. It changes because of more pressure put on these air molecules or less pressure on … instrument measures the air pressure and shows air pressure changes. It tells us if the air pressure is high (H) or if the air pressure is low (L … very interested in finding a way to measure air pressure so he could see air pressure changes. One day Torricelli got a three-foot …
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  • Weather Watchers - … the magnitude and importance of air pressure. Next, they build a simple aneroid barometer to understand how air pressure information is related to weather … ). Air pressure decreases with altitude. Relative humidity: The ratio between the partial pressure of water in the air and the maximum possible vapor pressure of … pollutants from the air, and [3] The water in the air can wash out pollutants from the air.) Lesson Summary Assessment Air Pressure Demo: Submerge …
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  • Air Pressure - … in different air pressures. When designing anything that moves through the air, engineers analyze it to see how it reacts to air pressure. Contents Learning … of air pressure. Describe how engineers, when designing anything that moves through the air, must analyze it see how it reacts to the air pressure … to estimate it). Attachments (Return to Contents) Pressure vs. Altitude Graph (pdf) Air Pressure Worksheet (pdf) Air Pressure Worksheet Answers (pdf) Assessment (Return to Contents …
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  • Backyard Weather Station - … winter. Tool #2: Barometer We use a barometer to measure air pressure. Air pressure is the force exerted by molecules zooming around the Earth … the air temperature increases, so does the air pressure. If our barometer indicates that the air pressure is high, we can expect fair weather. High air pressure … is given in miles. The barometric pressure [air pressure[ is reported, along with information about whether the barometric pressure is rising or falling. Finally …
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  • Building a Barometer - … in air pressure. We know that hot air rises and cold air sinks. The rising hot air exerts less pressure on the Earth's surface, so air pressure decreases. Then cooler, dense air … effects of air pressure with an aluminum can. The can keeps its shape because the air pressure inside the can equals the air pressure outside the …
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