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What is the dewpoint when the dry-bulb temperature is 14°C and the wet-bulb temperature is 8°C? (1) 1°C (2) -9°C (3) 6°C (4) 22°C

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Use the dewpoint temperature table using the dry-bulb temperature of 14°14\text{\textdegree}C and the difference between the wet-bulb temperature and dry-bulb temperature is 6°6\text{\textdegree}C. From the table, you will see that the dewpoint is 1°1\text{\textdegree}C.

So, the correct answer is choice (1).\textbf{\color{#c34632}(1).}

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