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Met pass

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Gday all,

Sat Met yesterday and scored 89% which I was quite pleased with. However one of the questions in the exam asked about a line on a synoptic chart joining two points of equal temperature. Now out of the answers I had only two stood out, 1. An isobar (because it's in the text book) and 2. An isotherm (because
Therm being short for thermal is temperature related. I guessed isotherm and didn't get a KDR on it so I assume it was right. I'm wondering if I missed something in the text and if someone could fill in the gap in my knowledge. Cheers!

-Dan
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bobtait replied the topic: Met pass

Congratulations Dan on a great pass for Meteorology. Yes, you are correct, an isotherm is a line joining places where the temperature is equal. Good luck with the rest of the subjects.

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