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@Vocaloid please help!
yay! can we get started ? :)
go online and find the high temperature and low temperature for today in your area... I can't do this for you...
i know you cant but can you help me do it .. ill do it and then you tell me if its correct or incorrect :)
like I just said... go to google and find the high and low temperature, wherever it is you live.
okay but the part that i dont understand is when it says to subtract previous from current temp. @Vocaloid
can you tell me how to do that part and then i wont need help :)
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
what do i do for day 1 though?
nothing, you leave it blank
i cant ill get points off
for day 1 do i subtract from yesterdays temp?
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
ohh! okay thanks :)
im so sorry for bothering you :) i hope your not mad! have a great day <3
nah, I'm not mad, you have a nice day too
oh im sorry i forgot to ask ... what do i do where it says difference?
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
so, as an example, if current temperature is 70 and previous temperature is 65 the "subtract" column is 70-65 the "difference" is 5
at least, that's the way I see it, it's a bit vague
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 :)
show me your table
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
it's current temperature - previous temperature
no its correct because they saif you can have negative answers tooo :)
and your wrong its previous temp - current temp
I understand that you can have negative and positive numbers still, "subtract previous temperature from current temperature" means "current temperature - previous temperature"
"subtract A from B" means "B-A"
i dont think so
because i did an assignment like this and i did it the way im doing it now and they said it was correct
if you insist, then we can use your numbers
anyway, let's go to the first question, ok?
ok so can you help me with the mathematical expression please
ok whats the first question
find the average of all the numbers in the first difference column
nope... remember what average means add the numbers together and divide by 6
for question 2, do the same thing with the other difference column
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
what two numbers are between 0.5 @ikram002p @welshfella
yea 0.5 looks good
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
all i need to know is what two numbers are between 0.5 @surjithayer
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