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## The first supersonic flight was in 1947. It was just above the speed of sound. Which

The first supersonic flight was in 1947. It was just above the speed of sound. Which altitude would you expect Captain Yeager to have used for his flight? Select one: a. 85,000 m (where meteor showers originate) b. Sea level c. 1,000 m d. 13,700 m (within altitude used by commercial planes today)

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The first supersonic flight was in 1947. It was just above the speed of sound. Which altitude would you expect Captain Yeager to have used for his flight?

Select one:

a. 85,000 m (where meteor showers originate)

b. Sea level c. 1,000 m

d. 13,700 m (within altitude used by commercial planes today)

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hi

Jan 14, 2020

higher altitude ("thinner" air) means lower speed of sound

d. looks good

b. and c. too low , a. too high

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R_scott

Jan 14, 2020 I thinks it’s b 👍 👎 ℹ️ 🚩

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Oct 8, 2020

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The first supersonic flight was 1947. It was just above the speed of sound. Which altitude would you expect captain Yeager to have used for his flight?

A) sea level B) 1000m

C) 13,700m (within altitude used by commercial planes today)

D) 85,000m (where meteor showers originate)

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