1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data 4) Find the direction does the Coriolis force in the following case a) a jet going north over the equator; b) a rocket going up at the equator; c) a pendulum at the equator viewed from above (please give the rotational direction.) d) a rocket going up at the south pole. (zero) 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution ive been doing some reading on it and this is what i came up with. I read that the force follows a right hand rule so i hope im understanding it correctly. a) the force is pointed east. b) no force c) no force d)the force is pointed east. for a) and d), i think i have them in the correct direction or in the opposite direction. for b) and c) there is no force on the equator, right? so the force would be in no direction.