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For this Cirrus, a 20-knot headwind moves the best-case curve to Vg+10 knots.
Taken together, these headwinds and a slowing pace of innovation lead me to predict that the economy's long-run rate of growth of per-capita real GDP over the next 25 years or so will be 0.9 percent, less than half of the historic pre-2007 rate of 2.1 percent.
A chilling report from LOMA, on the possible impact of the subprime mortgage crisis on life insurance sales, actually underscores the direction of that headwind.
Since 120 knots is your desired approach airspeed, you'd need to maintain a vertical speed of (318 feet per mile times (110 over 60) miles per minute) 583 feet per minute with that 10 knot headwind.
The headwind on the home straight failed to prevent world record holder David Rudisha claiming another record in the 800m, the Kenyan setting a UK all-comer's best of one minute 42.91 secs.
* Laurence Hedditch of Deloitte says IPOs are more likely than FTSE jumbos to be buffeted around in a turbulent headwind
"I knew there was going to be a headwind so I wasn't really worried about the time.
Richard Hughes, who rode a double on the opening day, said: "It is firm but there is loads of grass and there was a strong headwind. I would hate to be an owner waiting for a horse who needs a bit of cut."
Rugby's Brendon Ghent (10.95) was third in the 100 metres with Ellena Ruddock (12.03) second in the women's 100 into a headwind of 1.6 metres per seconds.
Upon entering the headwind of a microburst, a pilot may mistake this for an ordinary headwind, and will not expect a sudden wind shift.
Despite the major headwind to FY20 cashflow it will cause, he was encouraged to see that Splunk has accelerated its transition from perpetual to license, said Kumar.