Atmospheric pressure decreases as altitude decreases....im am 99.9% sure. I am a ver well- educated person, so this will do for you. I hope this helped you. Happy studies!!! Sorry... hate to ruin the fun here, but actually, the higher you go, the less atmospheric pressure there is. Quite right, you'd think everyone knew this... Here's the table: Altitude Pressure Pressurefeet kPa PSI 0 101.33 14.70 1000 97.72 14.17 2500 92.50 13.42 5000 84.31 12.23 10000 69.68 10.11 20000 46.56 6.75 30000 30.09 4.36 Oops... table did not hold together! Will try again. Altitude (ft) Pressure (kPa) Pressure (PSI) 0 101.33 14.70 1,000 97.72 14.17 2,500 92.50 13.42 5,000 84.31 12.23 10,000 69.68 10.11 20,000 46.56 6.75 30,000 30.09 4.36 Best I can do... page does not take to tables at all well!
No. Atmospheric pressure varies depending on altitude and weather conditions. 1 atm of pressure is the average atmospheric pressure at sea level.
No, the atmospheric pressure at the surface of Earth is not constant. Pr pressure varies depending on altitude and weather conditions.
The atmospheric pressure decreases as the altitude increases.
Atmospheric pressure will decrease as altitude increases.
If you mean height above the Earth's surface, atmospheric pressure varies inversely with altitude.
As altitude increases, atmospheric pressure decreases.
Altitude varies pressure and temperature varies inversely with pressure.
No. Atmospheric pressure decreases as altitude increases.
The opposite is true. Atmospheric pressure decreases with altitude.
At higher altitude the atmospheric pressure is lower.
Technically altitude is atmoshperic pressure, but flipped. So the lower the altitude is, the greater the pressure is, vis versa.
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Atmospheric pressure decreases with altitude because air has weight. As you gain altitude, you have less air above you and therefore less weight (pressure).
as altitude rises less there is less atmospheric pressure
When standard atmospheric conditions exist.
Atmospheric pressure varies due to elevation (altitude) and because of the motion of air masses over the surface. For altitude differences, the pressure is the result of the surrounding air. Higher pressure is experienced at lower altitudes just as higher pressure is found in greater depths within a body of water. A simple explanation is that the "column of air" above a surface "pushing down" is much shorter if you move higher into the "sea of air." This lower weight is expressed as lower pressure, which represents fewer molecules within a given volume of air. The higher the altitude (eg. mountains) = The lesser the atmospheric pressure The lower the altitude (eg. sea level) = The higher the atmospheric pressure
A barometer is used to measure atmospheric pressure. It can also measure altitude!
The answer is sea level. Because atmospheric pressure decreases when altitude increases
It will increase. Atmospheric pressure decreases with altitude and increases as you move toward sea level. At sea level, atmospheric pressure = 1.0
it goes down
As altitude increases, atmospheric pressure decreases. The boiling point of a substance is the temperature at which the vapor pressure of the substance equals the atmospheric pressure. Therefore, as altitude increases, boiling point decreases, and vice versa.
Atmospheric pressure decreases with altitude.