Question
If the temperature of the air does not vary, the ratio of its pressure to its density is almost constant. In this case.
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Where P_{0} and are the pressure and density of air, respectively at sea level. Show that with this approximation, the variation of air pressure with altitude y is given by
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Solution
Further,
Therefore equation (i) can be written as,
Where,
Further,
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