A)Calculate the potential temperature that corresponds to the values listed in Table 2. Reproduce the table in your document and add your values for the potential temperature while providing the correct units for (z). Please refer to the book chapter for Module 4 for the calculation of potential temperature. Two methods are given, please use the simple one (i.e. the one NOT based on pressure). Hint: if you get temperatures in the thousands, you are doing something wrong. please show the steps, it is very confusing, thanks! use the table below to answer the question above B) Using the daytime sounding (grey lines) in Figure 1 indicate which parts are neutral, stable, and unstable. This is best done using the potential temperature graph. Ignore details smaller than 1 km, but do include the lower hundreds of meters in your analysis. Table 2: Potential temperature..