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windchill factor is an estimate of the cooling effect the wind has on a person in cold weather. if the outside temp. is 15 degrees F and the wind makes it feel like -20 degrees F, what is the diff. between the actual temp. and the wind chill?
At her job, Mary works 4 hours on Monday, 3 hours on Wednesday, and 6 hours on Saturday. Her boss adds a $10 bonus to her paycheck, which then totals $120.50. What is Mary's hourly pay? A. $8.50 B. $9.27 C. $5.24 D. $8.05
At her job, Mary works 4 hours on Monday, 3 hours on Wednesday, and 6 hours on Saturday. Her boss adds a $10 bonus to her paycheck, which then totals $120.50. What is Mary's hourly pay? A. $8.50 B. $9.27 C. $5.24 D. $8.05
Subtraction :-). Let's look at your question, cross out unnecessary crap! 15 degrees F and the wind makes it feel like -20 degrees F. What is the diff. between the actual temp. and the wind chill? 20 - 15 = 5 So there's a five degrees difference between the wind chill temperature and the actual temperature.
it was 35 u have to find the diff. by adding
What? How? Oh, I didn't see the '-' sign >.> Sorry!
ikr i just noticed a few moments ago