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  Comments for 2.4.0.9.5.A.1   
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How much colder than standard temperature is the forecast temperature at 9,000 feet, as indicated in the following excerpt from the Winds and Temperature Aloft Forecast?
FT 6000 9000
0737-04 1043-10

*A) 7 °C.
B) 10 °C.
C) 3 °C.

Anonymous says: 30 Oct 2008
The text should read:
How much colder than standard temperature is the forecast temperature at 9,000 feet, as indicated in the following excerpt from the Winds and Temperature Aloft Forecast? FT 6000 9000 0737-04 1043-10
The explanation should read: the standar Temp is 15C so if the reported temp is -10, at 9000ft de temp is 25c colder than standar temp.
the answer should be -25c

Anonymous says: 30 Oct 2008
The text should read:
How much colder than standard temperature is the forecast temperature at 9,000 feet, as indicated in the following excerpt from the Winds and Temperature Aloft Forecast? FT 6000 9000 0737-04 1043-10
The explanation should read: the standar Temp is 15C so if the reported temp is -10, at 9000ft de temp is 25c colder than standar temp.
the answer should be -25c

Anonymous says: 7 Nov 2008
The text should read:
How much colder than standard temperature is the forecast temperature at 9,000 feet, as indicated in the following excerpt from the Winds and Temperature Aloft Forecast? FT 6000 9000 0737-04 1043-10
That question is correct the standard temp at sea level is 15c the standard temp lapse rate is 2c for every 1000 feet you go up is sea level 15c at 1000 feet should be 13c and so on. According to the standard temp lapse rate the temp should be -3c. You do the math = -7

Anonymous says: 7 Nov 2008
The text should read:
How much colder than standard temperature is the forecast temperature at 9,000 feet, as indicated in the following excerpt from the Winds and Temperature Aloft Forecast? FT 6000 9000 0737-04 1043-10
That question is correct the standard temp at sea level is 15c the standard temp lapse rate is 2c for every 1000 feet you go up is sea level 15c at 1000 feet should be 13c and so on. According to the standard temp lapse rate the temp should be -3c. You do the math = -7

Anonymous says: 13 Mar 2009
The text should read:
How much colder than standard temperature is the forecast temperature at 9,000 feet, as indicated in the following excerpt from the Winds and Temperature Aloft Forecast? FT 6000 9000 0737-04 1043-10

Anonymous says: 11 Apr 2009
The text should read:
How much colder than standard temperature is the forecast temperature at 9,000 feet, as indicated in the following excerpt from the Winds and Temperature Aloft Forecast? FT 6000 9000 0737-04 1043-10

Anonymous says: 11 Apr 2009
The text should read:
How much colder than standard temperature is the forecast temperature at 9,000 feet, as indicated in the following excerpt from the Winds and Temperature Aloft Forecast? FT 6000 9000 0737-04 1043-10

Anonymous says: 17 Jul 2009
The text should read:
How much colder than standard temperature is the forecast temperature at 9,000 feet, as indicated in the following excerpt from the Winds and Temperature Aloft Forecast? FT 6000 9000 0737-04 1043-10
The explanation should read: Answer A, 7 degrees C, is correct. The standard temperature at sea level is 15C. The standard temperature at 9000 feet is -3C (9000 x -2C per 1000 feet = -18C, subtracted from 15C equals -3C). If the forecast temperature at 9000 feet is -10C, the forecast is 7C colder than the standard temperature of -3C at 9000 feet.