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Example 5

example 5

Apparent Temperature

Chapter 2.4

During the summer of 1998, Dallas, Texas, endured 29 consecutive days where the temperature was at least 110◦ F. On many of these days, the combination of heat and

humidity made it feel even hotter than it was. When the temperature is 110◦ F, the

apparent temperature A (or heat index) depends on the humidity h (expressed as a decimal) according to

For what humidity levels is the apparent temperature at least 110◦ F? (Source: W. Bosch

and C. Cobb, “Temperature-Humidity Indices,” UMAP Journal, Fall 1989)

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Example 5

During the summer of 1998, Dallas, Texas, endured 29 consecutive days where the temperature was at least 110◦ F. On many of these days, the combination of heat and

humidity made it feel even hotter than it was. When the temperature is 110◦ F, the

apparent temperature A (or heat index) depends on the humidity h (expressed as a decimal) according to

For what humidity levels is the apparent temperature at least 110◦ F? (Source: W. Bosch

and C. Cobb, “Temperature-Humidity Indices,” UMAP Journal, Fall 1989)


Example 5

During the summer of 1998, Dallas, Texas, endured 29 consecutive days where the temperature was at least 110◦ F. On many of these days, the combination of heat and

humidity made it feel even hotter than it was. When the temperature is 110◦ F, the

apparent temperature A (or heat index) depends on the humidity h (expressed as a decimal) according to

For what humidity levels is the apparent temperature at least 110◦ F? (Source: W. Bosch

and C. Cobb, “Temperature-Humidity Indices,” UMAP Journal, Fall 1989)

A

h


Example 5

During the summer of 1998, Dallas, Texas, endured 29 consecutive days where the temperature was at least 110◦ F. On many of these days, the combination of heat and

humidity made it feel even hotter than it was. When the temperature is 110◦ F, the

apparent temperature A (or heat index) depends on the humidity h (expressed as a decimal) according to

For what humidity levels is the apparent temperature at least 110◦ F? (Source: W. Bosch

and C. Cobb, “Temperature-Humidity Indices,” UMAP Journal, Fall 1989)

A

h


Example 5

During the summer of 1998, Dallas, Texas, endured 29 consecutive days where the temperature was at least 110◦ F. On many of these days, the combination of heat and

humidity made it feel even hotter than it was. When the temperature is 110◦ F, the

apparent temperature A (or heat index) depends on the humidity h (expressed as a decimal) according to

For what humidity levels is the apparent temperature at least 110◦ F? (Source: W. Bosch

and C. Cobb, “Temperature-Humidity Indices,” UMAP Journal, Fall 1989)

A

h


Example 5

During the summer of 1998, Dallas, Texas, endured 29 consecutive days where the temperature was at least 110◦ F. On many of these days, the combination of heat and

humidity made it feel even hotter than it was. When the temperature is 110◦ F, the

apparent temperature A (or heat index) depends on the humidity h (expressed as a decimal) according to

For what humidity levels is the apparent temperature at least 110◦ F? (Source: W. Bosch

and C. Cobb, “Temperature-Humidity Indices,” UMAP Journal, Fall 1989)


Example 5

During the summer of 1998, Dallas, Texas, endured 29 consecutive days where the temperature was at least 110◦ F. On many of these days, the combination of heat and

humidity made it feel even hotter than it was. When the temperature is 110◦ F, the

apparent temperature A (or heat index) depends on the humidity h (expressed as a decimal) according to

For what humidity levels is the apparent temperature at least 110◦ F? (Source: W. Bosch

and C. Cobb, “Temperature-Humidity Indices,” UMAP Journal, Fall 1989)


Example 5

During the summer of 1998, Dallas, Texas, endured 29 consecutive days where the temperature was at least 110◦ F. On many of these days, the combination of heat and

humidity made it feel even hotter than it was. When the temperature is 110◦ F, the

apparent temperature A (or heat index) depends on the humidity h (expressed as a decimal) according to

For what humidity levels is the apparent temperature at least 110◦ F? (Source: W. Bosch

and C. Cobb, “Temperature-Humidity Indices,” UMAP Journal, Fall 1989)


Example 5

During the summer of 1998, Dallas, Texas, endured 29 consecutive days where the temperature was at least 110◦ F. On many of these days, the combination of heat and

humidity made it feel even hotter than it was. When the temperature is 110◦ F, the

apparent temperature A (or heat index) depends on the humidity h (expressed as a decimal) according to

For what humidity levels is the apparent temperature at least 110◦ F? (Source: W. Bosch

and C. Cobb, “Temperature-Humidity Indices,” UMAP Journal, Fall 1989)

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Example 5

During the summer of 1998, Dallas, Texas, endured 29 consecutive days where the temperature was at least 110◦ F. On many of these days, the combination of heat and

humidity made it feel even hotter than it was. When the temperature is 110◦ F, the

apparent temperature A (or heat index) depends on the humidity h (expressed as a decimal) according to

For what humidity levels is the apparent temperature at least 110◦ F? (Source: W. Bosch

and C. Cobb, “Temperature-Humidity Indices,” UMAP Journal, Fall 1989)

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Example 5

During the summer of 1998, Dallas, Texas, endured 29 consecutive days where the temperature was at least 110◦ F. On many of these days, the combination of heat and

humidity made it feel even hotter than it was. When the temperature is 110◦ F, the

apparent temperature A (or heat index) depends on the humidity h (expressed as a decimal) according to

For what humidity levels is the apparent temperature at least 110◦ F? (Source: W. Bosch

and C. Cobb, “Temperature-Humidity Indices,” UMAP Journal, Fall 1989)

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Example 5

During the summer of 1998, Dallas, Texas, endured 29 consecutive days where the temperature was at least 110◦ F. On many of these days, the combination of heat and

humidity made it feel even hotter than it was. When the temperature is 110◦ F, the

apparent temperature A (or heat index) depends on the humidity h (expressed as a decimal) according to

For what humidity levels is the apparent temperature at least 110◦ F? (Source: W. Bosch

and C. Cobb, “Temperature-Humidity Indices,” UMAP Journal, Fall 1989)

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Example 5

During the summer of 1998, Dallas, Texas, endured 29 consecutive days where the temperature was at least 110◦ F. On many of these days, the combination of heat and

humidity made it feel even hotter than it was. When the temperature is 110◦ F, the

apparent temperature A (or heat index) depends on the humidity h (expressed as a decimal) according to

For what humidity levels is the apparent temperature at least 110◦ F? (Source: W. Bosch

and C. Cobb, “Temperature-Humidity Indices,” UMAP Journal, Fall 1989)

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