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Question 1 of 9 10.0 Points Please identify the wind direction in the image below. A.Northwest B.Southwest C.Northeast D.North E.South Feedback: Good job! Question 2 of 9 10.0 Points Please identify the wind speed in the image below. A.15 knots B.20 knots C.15 MPH D.20 MPH Feedback: Good job! Question 3 of 9 10.0 Points Please identify the wind direction in the image below. A.West B.North C.East D.South Feedback: Good job! Question 4 of 9 10.0 Points Please identify the wind speed in the image below. A.10 MPH B.20 MPH C.15 MPH D.20 knots E.15 knots F.10 knots Feedback: Good job! Question 5 of 9 10.0 Points Convert the temperature 86 F to degrees Celsius. A.32 C B.40 C C.31 D.28 C E.30 C…show more content…
B.6 C colder than at the surface C.10 C warmer than at the surface D.10 C colder than at the surface Answer Key: D Feedback: Good job! Week 4 Question 1 of 8 20.0/ 20.0 Points Using the air temperature, dewpoint and wind field in the images below, how many different airmasses are located in Oklahoma? A.1 B.4 C.3 D.0 E.2 Answer Key: E Feedback: Good job! Question 2 of 8 0.0/ 20.0 Points What are the airmasses present within the images below? A. cT B. mT C. mP D. cP Answer Key: B, D Feedback: The method to determine airmasses are based on where they are from and moisture content. Question 3 of 8 10.0/ 10.0 Points Which air mass forms over North America only in summer? A.cT B.mP C.mT D.cP Answer Key: A Question 4 of 8 10.0/ 10.0 Points A good source region for an air mass would be A.generally flat areas of uniform composition with light surface winds. B.mountains with deep valleys and strong surface winds. C.hilly with deep valleys and light winds. D.generally flat area of uniform composition with strong surface winds. Answer Key: A Question 5 of 8 10.0/ 10.0 Points Which air mass would show the most dramatic change in both temperature and moisture content as it moves over a large body of very warm water? A.cP in winter B.mT in summer C.cT in summer D.mP in winter Answer Key: A Question 6 of 8 10.0/ 10.0 Points Record breaking low temperatures are
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