A curtain is hanging at the entrance of a room. A long corridor runs at right angles to the door, that is parallel to the curtain. If a strong wind blows along the corridor, the curtain will (a) get pushed inside the room. (b) get pushed outside the room. (c) get collected towards one end/swirled. (d) remain unaffected.

(b) get pushed outside the room.


At high-speed winds have low pressure due to the scattering of particles it possesses and as the one side of the curtain has low pressure and the other side has high pressure, so the winds will flow from high-pressure area to low pressure area in order to maintain balance , we know that already and hence curtain will get pushed in the direction of high-pressure wind.

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