# Calculating Temperature Change in a Rising Air Mass.

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Calculating Temperature Change in a Rising Air Mass

Problem 1 20°C

Problem 1 20°C Before Condensation 1. 1500 - 0 =1500m 2.1500 / 100 x 1°C = 15 x 1°C = 15°C

Problem 1 5°C 20°C Before Condensation 1. 1500 - 0 =1500m 2.1500 / 100 x 1°C = 15 x 1°C = 15°C

Problem 1 15°C 5°C Before Condensation 1. 1500 - 0 =1500m 2.1500 / 100 x 1°C = 15 x 1°C = 15°C 20°C

Problem 1 15°C 5°C 20°C Before Condensation 1. 1500 - 0 = 1500m 2.1500 / 100 x 1°C = 15 x 1°C = 15°C After Condensation 3.2700 - 1500 = 1200m 4.1200 / 100 x 0.6°C = 12 x 0.6°C = 7.2°C

Problem 1 15°C 5°C 20°C Before Condensation 1. 1500 - 0 = 1500m 2.1500 / 100 x 1°C = 15 x 1°C = 15°C After Condensation 3.2700 - 1500 = 1200m 4.1200 / 100 x 0.6°C = 12 x 0.6°C = 7.2°C Temperature at Summit 5. 20 - (15 + 7.2) = 22.2°C

Problem 1 15°C 5°C 20°C Before Condensation 1. 1500 - 0 = 1500m 2.1500 / 100 x 1°C = 15 x 1°C = 15°C After Condensation 3.2700 - 1500 = 1200m 4.1200 / 100 x 0.6°C = 12 x 0.6°C = 7.2°C -2.2°C Temperature at Summit 5. 20 - (15 + 7.2) = 22.2°C

Problem 1 15°C 5°C 20°C Before Condensation 1. 1500 - 0 = 1500m 2.1500 / 100 x 1°C = 15 x 1°C = 15°C After Condensation 3.2700 - 1500 = 1200m 4.1200 / 100 x 0.6°C = 12 x 0.6°C = 7.2°C -2.2°C Temperature at Summit 5. 20 - (15 + 7.2) = 22.2°C 11.8°C

Problem 2