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Yu learn that for every 1,000 meters you rise in the atmosphere, the temperature drops by 6 degrees C. You have the idea that if you know the temperature at the base of a mountain and its height, you can figure out the temperature at the top of the mountain.

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  2. Looking to check the mathematical formula for this:
    You learn that for every 1,000 meters you rise in the atmosphere, the temperature drops by 6 degress C. You have the idea that if you know the temperature at the base of a mountain and its height, you can figure out the temperature at the top of the mountain.

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  3. If you're checking the formula, where is the formula you want us to check?

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