The temperature at a mountain base camp was −2 degrees Celsius on Thursday. Friday morning, the temperature was 1 degree Celsius lower than what it was on Thursday. By Friday evening, the temperature was 3 degrees Celsius lower than what it was that morning. What was the temperature at the base camp Friday evening?
−9 degrees Celsius
−8 degrees Celsius
−7 degrees Celsius
−6 degrees Celsius
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ok, on thursday the temperature is -2, and on Friday morning, the temperature is 1 degree lower. so what is the temperature on Friday morning?
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-2 degrees on Thursday then on Friday it was one less
-3 degrees now int the evening it was 3 lower
Which unit rate is equivalent to 14 miles per gallon?
two gallons over thirty two miles
thirty two miles over two gallons
three miles over forty two gallons
forty two gallons over three miles
nope, remember it's miles over gallons...
nope... remember, it must be 14 miles per gallon
i know ... d?
because 42 / 3 = 14
I think there's a typo in the question
answer should be fourty-two miles over 3 gallons
right which is d @Vocaloid
nope, it needs to be miles over gallons NOT gallons over miles....