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# Meteorology Meteorologists measure the atmospheric- pressure in millibars. From these observations they create weather maps on which the curves of equal atmospheric pressure (isobars) are drawn (see figure). On the map, the closer the isobars, the higher the wind speed. Match points A, B, and C with (a) highest pressure, (b) lowest pressure, and (c) highest wind speed. NASA

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The correct match for point A, B and C with (a) highest pressure (b) lowest pressure, and (c) highest wind speed by using curve of equal atmospheric pressure (isobars) are given below, Explanation

Given Information:

The isobars curve of equal atmospheric pressure (isobars) are given below,

The closer the isobars, highest the pressure,

Consider the map of isobars curve of equal atmospheric pressure (isobars),

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