# Thread: help, have no math skills! meteorology question / relative humidity

1. ## help, have no math skills! meteorology question / relative humidity

Please be nice, I have no idea if I'm on the proper website for this kind of help.

I don't know what my math problem would be classified as, so I'm just guessing that it fits here.

Nevertheless, I really need help with this problem. It's worth badly needed extra credit for a class of mine.

Relative humidity = [(vapor pressure) / saturation vapor pressure)] x 100

The question is: What is the vapor pressure when relative humidity is 67 %, and the temp is 80.6 F?
At 77 F the saturation vapor pressure is 31.67. At 86 F it's 42.43.

Anyone?

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3. Originally Posted by ruisu
Please be nice, I have no idea if I'm on the proper website for this kind of help.

I don't know what my math problem would be classified as, so I'm just guessing that it fits here.

Nevertheless, I really need help with this problem. It's worth badly needed extra credit for a class of mine.

Relative humidity = [(vapor pressure) / saturation vapor pressure)] x 100

The question is: What is the vapor pressure when relative humidity is 67 %, and the temp is 80.6 F?
At 77 F the saturation vapor pressure is 31.67. At 86 F it's 42.43.

Anyone?
Most instructors would expect work submitted as extra credit work to be the work of the student, not the work of other people. Thread closed.