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  1. lfreeman1285
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    What do you need help with?

  2. anonymous
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    A newspaper reports the following changes in the temperature of a city over 4 days: 1.34 degrees Celsius, negative 5 over 7 degrees Celsius, −0.75 degrees Celsius, 4 over 9 degrees Celsius Write an expression to show the average daily change in the temperature of the city. Write the steps to solve the expression. Round your answer to the nearest hundredth.

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    metals to anybody that tells me the answer first

  4. lfreeman1285
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    First, you should probably put all of the fractions into decimal form, and round them all to the nearest hundredth. 1.34, -0.71, -0.75, and 0.44 After that, is there any more information you have?

  5. anonymous
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    wats the answer ?

  6. anonymous
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    hello

  7. anonymous
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    ifree

  8. anonymous
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    i need the answer now because im about to leave

  9. lfreeman1285
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    Next you would find the average rate of change, which is the sum of everything divided by the number of things you're dividing. In this case, (1.34 -0.71 -0.75+0.44)/4 Which is 0.08. So the equation would be y=0.08x where x is the amount of days, and y is the temperature change. I would check that with someone else tho. I'm not 100% sure what the question was expecting as an answer.

  10. lfreeman1285
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    It could also be wanting the change between the days.

  11. lfreeman1285
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    and then the average of those.

  12. anonymous
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    just tell me the answer

  13. anonymous
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    plze

  14. anonymous
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    plze my mom is about to leave

  15. lfreeman1285
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    -2.05 + -0.04 + 1.19 /3 -0.3x That should be your answer.

  16. lfreeman1285
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    If you need an equation then just add y= to be beginning.

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