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   do some web research on the concept of the force that the wind exerts on objects. Then, construct an engaging 3-paragraph initial post that addresses the following points:


· Paragraph 1:  Explain, in words, the mathematical relationship between the force of the wind and the wind speed as discussed in the Focus Topic, emphasizing the significance of the “squared” part of the relationship.

· Paragraph 2:  Based on the definition of pressure (P) as force (F) per unit area (A), or P = F/A, explain the significance of area to the force that the wind exerts on an object. Give a practical example that illustrates this concept. (graphics will add greatly to the discussion here)

· Paragraph 3:  You have TWO options for this paragraph:  1) explain the relevance of the above concept to aircraft in flight, OR 2) give us “your take” on the relevance and importance of the above concept from your own perspective - personal points of view or related experiences, for example.

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      do some web research on the concept of the force that the wind exerts on objects. Then, construct an engaging 3-paragraph …

    • 1. do some web research on the concept of the force that the wind exerts on objects. Then, construct an engaging 3-paragraph initial post that addresses the following points:


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    • in 500 words or less please cite references and use your own words!


      do some web research on the concept of the force that the wind exerts on objects. Then, construct an engaging 3-paragraph …