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The slip-skid ball indicates the ratio of "sideways" apparent acceleration to "upwards" apparent acceleration, in the aircraft's own reference frame. In normal constant-airspeed wings-level flight (i.e. not looping or pulling out of a dive), or while taxiing, the "upwards" apparent acceleration is 1 G, so the sideways deflection of the slip-skid ball is a ...


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