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One day at White Cliffs, the maximum daytime temperature was 46 degrees Celsius. The overnight minimum was 57 degress Celsius colder than the maximum had been. What was White Cliffs' overnight minium temperature?

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  1. butterflydreamer
    • one year ago
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    Max temperature = 46 degrees celsius Min temperature = 57 degrees celsius COLDER than the max temperature (46) Therefore: Min temperature = max - 57 = 46 - 57 = ? degrees celsius

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Thank you

  3. butterflydreamer
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    nooo problem :)

  4. ♪Chibiterasu
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    That's pretty cold . . .

  5. ♪Chibiterasu
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    Seriously, who could go through that during the night? 0_0

  6. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    us Aussies

  7. Broskishelleh
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    Well, considering me living in Florida, I could give it a try

  8. butterflydreamer
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    xD It never gets below 0 in Australia.. does it? O_O...

  9. ♪Chibiterasu
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    We only get heat in Florida, the coldest we ever get is like 55-60 Farenheit in the winter. xD

  10. anonymous
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    it does but you wouldn't want to give it it a try but the end of the night you will have your body heat keeping you warm

  11. ♪Chibiterasu
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    Which is like 13-15 celsius or something.

  12. anonymous
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    something like that

  13. butterflydreamer
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    interesting :O I live in Australia... and i've never experienced anything below like.. 5 degrees celsius xD i think haha

  14. Broskishelleh
    • one year ago
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    Huh, I didn't know there were many Openstudiers in Australia...

  15. butterflydreamer
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    hurhur :3 Aussies unite!~ LOL jokes :)

  16. anonymous
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    in Echuca that's were i live and Moama experience it alot, it also the way we keep warm a lot at Pukka

  17. butterflydreamer
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    interesting!! I've never heard of those places :) But have a nice night!

  18. anonymous
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    you too

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