Discuss whether or not lower pressure is the result of fast-moving air, or fast-moving air is the result of lower pressure. Give one example supporting each point of view. (In physics, when two things are related—such as force and acceleration or speed and pressure—it is usu- ally arbitrary which one we call cause and which one we call effect.)
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