Lines on a Weather Map Connecting Places of Equal Air Pressure Are Called?

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The lines on a weather map that connect places of equal air pressure are called isobars. Bar is a unit of pressure and ISO is a prefix for equal or same. That is how the name is derived.
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On a weather map, the lines that connect points with. equal barometric pressure. are called. Isobars. The lines that connect points with. equal temperature. are called. Isotherms.
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The word "isobar" comes from the prefix "iso- which is Greek for "equal, and the word "baros, which is Greek for "weight. Isobars are lines of equal
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Isobar. It is a Greek word, not a Latin one. "iso- is Greek for "equal" The Latin equivalent is "equi- "baros" is Greek for "weight, heavy"
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"Isobar" "iso" is the prefix meaning "equal" and "bar"
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In meteorology a line on a weather map is called an isobar. An isobar connects points of equal barometric pressure. Another line often seen on a weather map is ...
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