Hey everybody, Mr.B was so very kind that he gave us even more homework...I guess that it's not that much homework but oh well. The type of homework for us was to be posting a..well, post for a certain question that was assigned to us during class. Mine was question #23 which is surprisingly not that hard to do. Below will show what I did...Comment if I did this wrong, that would really help.
One week in October in Iqaluit, Nunavut, the daily high temperatures were -4.6 C, -0.5 C, 1.2 C, 2.3 C, -1.1 C, 1.5 C, and -3.0 C. What was the main daily high temperature that week?
Answer: I think, that to find the answer for this problem is to add all of the daily temperatures and divide by how many there are, which would be 7.
This is the How to Do.....
Simpilest way to do it..
Add the Sums: 5+(-9.2)=-4.2
Now the final part of the problem would be dividing the sum by how many numbers there are...which is again...7...
Sentence Answer: The main daily high temperature for that week is -0.6 C
Well I'm guessing that's all that you really had to do...I hoped you liked this post, and I hope the decorations on the back of the pictures didn't interfere...Please, again comment if I did anything wrong, maybe even if I did the whole thing wrong, just comment~
Thank you for reading!!