A44. The greatest amount of water vapor that may be contained in a parcel of airexpressed in units of grams of water vapor per kilogram of dry air.A45. By the use of a properly constructed pressure-altitude (PA) curve.A46.-26 meters.A47.100 meters.A48. A triangle is used to indicate dew-point depression values.A49.Parts B and D.A50. At the pressure level reported, a dashed horizontal line is drawn extending fromthe right side of the colored portion of the diagram. The pressure level and theword "Mm are written on the line.A51.Line 1.A52. Miscellaneous operational details/local operations.A.53. Speed-of-advance. It is the speed the ship is actually moving or the speed madegood.A54. Divide the distance (in degrees) by the length of time (in hours) indicated to obtainanticipated movement in degrees latitude per hour. Multiply by the number ofhours in the desired increment to find the length of each individual segment.4-41