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@Vocaloid please help!

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- anonymous

yay! can we get started ? :)

- Vocaloid

go online and find the high temperature and low temperature for today in your area... I can't do this for you...

- anonymous

i know you cant but can you help me do it .. ill do it and then you tell me if its correct or incorrect :)

- anonymous

@Vocaloid

- Vocaloid

like I just said... go to google and find the high and low temperature, wherever it is you live.

- anonymous

okay but the part that i dont understand is when it says to subtract previous from current temp. @Vocaloid

- anonymous

can you tell me how to do that part and then i wont need help :)

- Vocaloid

on day 2, you would do day2 minus day 1 temp
on day 3, you would do day 3 minus day 2 temp
and keep going until you reach the end of the table

- anonymous

what do i do for day 1 though?

- Vocaloid

nothing, you leave it blank

- anonymous

i cant ill get points off

- anonymous

for day 1 do i subtract from yesterdays temp?

- Vocaloid

for day 1, you can't fill in that column.... there is no previous temperature to fill in
see how it says "N/A"? that means you leave that part alone

- anonymous

ohh! okay thanks :)

- anonymous

im so sorry for bothering you :)
i hope your not mad! have a great day <3

- Vocaloid

nah, I'm not mad, you have a nice day too

- anonymous

oh im sorry i forgot to ask ... what do i do where it says difference?

- anonymous

@Vocaloid

- Vocaloid

same thing
for the subtract column, you write
(current temperature) - previous temperature
and for the "difference" column, you write the answer you get when you subtract

- Vocaloid

so, as an example, if
current temperature is 70 and previous temperature is 65
the "subtract" column is 70-65
the "difference" is 5

- Vocaloid

at least, that's the way I see it, it's a bit vague

- anonymous

ok thanks!

- anonymous

hey! @Vocaloid so i already filled out everything in the table! :) can you help me write a mathematical expression using the information from your table to answer the following questions please :)

- Vocaloid

show me your table

- anonymous

this is my table to help you :)

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- Vocaloid

your subtract columns are incorrect
you need to switch the two values
so, as an example, for day 2 you have
86-88
it should be
88-86
redo the table please

- Vocaloid

it's
current temperature - previous temperature

- anonymous

no its correct because they saif you can have negative answers tooo :)

- anonymous

and your wrong its previous temp - current temp

- Vocaloid

I understand that you can have negative and positive numbers
still, "subtract previous temperature from current temperature"
means "current temperature - previous temperature"

- Vocaloid

"subtract A from B"
means "B-A"

- anonymous

i dont think so

- anonymous

because i did an assignment like this and i did it the way im doing it now and they said it was correct

- Vocaloid

if you insist, then we can use your numbers

- Vocaloid

anyway, let's go to the first question, ok?

- anonymous

ok so can you help me with the mathematical expression please

- anonymous

ok whats the first question

- Vocaloid

find the average of all the numbers in the first difference column

- anonymous

4? @Vocaloid

- Vocaloid

nope... remember what average means
add the numbers together and divide by 6

- anonymous

0.5?

- anonymous

@Vocaloid

- Vocaloid

right

- Vocaloid

for question 2, do the same thing with the other difference column

- anonymous

wait so is this the full answer for question 1:
-2 + -2 + 5 + 3 + -2 + 1 = 3 3 / 6 = 0.5
The answer is 0.5 .
@Vocaloid

- anonymous

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- anonymous

what two numbers are between 0.5 @ikram002p @welshfella

- welshfella

yea 0.5 looks good

- anonymous

ok awesome! but it says if your answer is not an integer, in this case 0.5 is not, what two integers are between 0.5 @surjithayer

- anonymous

all i need to know is what two numbers are between 0.5 @surjithayer

- anonymous

if you are talking of integers ,then 0.5 is between 0 and 1
or if you are talking of whole numbers ,then again it is between 0 and 1

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