Posted by **Lashawn** on Wednesday, April 24, 2013 at 11:46am.

Assume that 60.0 m/s wind (during a hurricane) is blowing past a 1.50 m by 1.50 m glass windo in a house. Find (a) the pressure difference "delta"P=P(in)-P(out) and (b) the force (Magnus force)tending to blow this window outward. Let the air density p=1.20 kg/m^3.

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