Asked by | 1st Oct, 2013, 01:12: PM
The atmosphere can be considered as consisting of air layers. Thus, each layer experiences pressure due to the total column of air above it.
When altitude increases, the air column decreases and so does the thrust exerted by it. Thus, the pressure at higher altitude decreases.
Answered by Romal Bhansali | 1st Oct, 2013, 01:18: PM
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