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Recap on Tuesday’s lesson. Converting Temperatures. Today you will be able to convert temperatures from degrees Celsius to degrees Fahrenheit and vise versa. Definitions for this lesson are: Degrees: the measure of temperature, how hot or cold something is Celsius: using the metric system

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Recap on Tuesday’s lesson

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### Converting Temperatures

• Today you will be able to convert temperatures from degrees Celsius to degrees Fahrenheit and vise versa.

• Definitions for this lesson are:

• Degrees: the measure of temperature, how hot or cold something is

• Celsius: using the metric system

• Fahrenheit: using customary system

The thermometer to the left shows common temperatures in both degrees Fahrenheit and Celsius.

### We use the formula when converting from Celsius to Fahrenheit.

When using the formula, simply plug in the given degree in Celsius and solve using order of operations.

Lets solve , for C

Now that we have our new formula, we can use it to convert temperatures from degrees Fahrenheit to Celsius.

### Classwork

I want you to get into pairs, (yes, that means ONLY 2 per group).

With your partner, I want you to use the following information to create two different bar graphs, one in degrees Fahrenheit and one in degrees Celsius. I want you to convert each temperature so that you have each cities temperature in both measures.

Put the city name alphabetically along the x-axis