tendency equation

tendency equation

[′ten·dən·sē i‚kwā·zhən]
(meteorology)
An equation for the local change of pressure at any point in the atmosphere, derived by combining the equation of continuity with an integrated form of the hydrostatic equation.
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A simple extrapolation method was used from the given perspective; it is based on the development of a regression model that was determined by the time series of a single equation: the linear tendency equation.