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UPSC CSE 2017 MAINS, SSC CGL 2012 selected , UPSC EPFO Interview 2017(IN THE FINAL RESERVE LIST ),RAS 2017 mains,SSC CPO 2015 selected, B.

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thank u sir because of u geography has become one of my favorite subject ... one more request sir please make a course on science and technology because its very difficult to find a good and reliable source.
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Thanks a lot isma. So nice of you. I will surely create the S&T course
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  5. 2,01 Choose correct options 1. Coriolis force is deflecting objects at equator the most 2. Geostrophic winds are affected by Coriolis impact (A)Only 1 (B)Only 2 (C)Both (D)None

  6. 2,01 Choose correct options 1. Coriolis force is deflecting objects at equator the most 2. Geostrophic winds are affected by Coriolis impact (A)Only 1 (B)Only 2 (C)Both (D)None

  7. an effect whereby a mass moving in a rotating system experiences a force (the Coriolis force) acting perpendicular to the direction of motion and to the axis of rotation. On the earth, the effect tends to deflect moving objects to the right in the northern hemisphere and to the left in the southern and is important in the formation of cyclonic weather systems.

  8. Coriolis Effect As Earth rotates, the Coriolis effect turns winds in thee Northerrn Hemisphere toward the right. wind path Rotation of Earth Actual Wind path if Earth did not rotate Actual wind path

  9. Equstorial Airhas faster spin it still has it, so it is As it moves toward poles han land below All free moving objects including winds are deflected to the right of their path of motion in Northern Hemisphere and left in the Southern Hemisphere. The rate of curvature imparted to the moving air is directly related to the velocity of the wind and the latitudes. poles 60 N Dofiection to right Northern 30 N Coriolis Effect: Flowing winds appear to turn due to earth's rotation artn's Equator 0 otation 30 S Soutnem to lett Coriolis Effect Air in Northern Hemisphere deflects to the right, reverse in Southern H 60 S

  10. The coriolis force is strong towards the pole and it is absent along the equator. Why coriolis force is absent along equator? Coriolis force is expressed as, F-2V0sin A Where Vis velocity, is angular velocity and sinA is latitude. At equator, sinA-sin0o-0 That's why at equator F-0 As a result coriolis force is absent at the equator and at poles equator sinA is sin90 .then the coriolis force is highest.

  11. A geostrophic wind flows parallel to the isobars. In this model of wind flow in the Northern Hemisphere, wind begins as a flow of air perpendicular to the isobars (measured in millibars) under the primary influence of the pressure gradient force (PGF) As the movement begins, the Coriolis force (CF) begins to influence the moving air causing it to deflect to the right of its path. This deflection continues until the pressure gradient force and Coriolis force are opposite and in balance with each other.

  12. LOW Pressure gradient force Coriolis force Direction of movement HIGH