What is the change in temperature from -45°F to - 71°F? -116°F 116°F -26°F 26°F

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What is the change in temperature from -45°F to - 71°F? -116°F 116°F -26°F 26°F

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What is \[-45 - 71? \]

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-116 F :)
ok how did you know how to subtract
When you see this problem just simply subtract
-45 - 71 key term "change" means subtract
is that 71 a negative?
Answer is 26
\[-46 - -71 = 26 F\]
umm ok i think
Change means subtract
If that 71 is negative your answer is 26
oh ok
Don't let temperature intimidate the question; if you see change means subtract, increase means add and decrease is subtract
Are you sure it's 26F? :) @misssunshinexxoxo
what
I'm asking are you certain it's 26 F?
Temperature is not exactly like normal math...if I said it was -50F but it was -12F earlier, what is temperature difference?
Well it's normal math but you get what i mean Xd
im not the one who said it idk thats why i asked the question
(-71°F) - (-45°F) = (-71+45) °F = should be negative as it is getting colder
Haha, well since it's asking what is the change in temperature from -45°F to - 71°F, notice that it's going from -41 F -> -71 F so you have to subtract -71 F from - 45 F and that will be the difference between the temperature.
Or yes, exactly what UnkleRhaukus said
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Lol, there's no war, I'm just trying to get you to understand the concept
"change" symbolizes subtraction
change in \(x\) is \[x_\text{final} - x_\text{initial} \] if you get the order wrong, you'll get the answer wrong
Yes! Change in temperature therefore is represented as such \[\Delta T = T_f - T_i\]

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