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An airfoil of surface area 1.5 ft2 is tested for lift L in a wind tunnel. At an angle of attack of 7° with standard air of density 0.0024 slugs/ft3 at a speed of 90 ft/sec, the lift is measured as 5.0 pounds. What is the lift coefficient CL?
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