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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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Converting temperatures
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
We use the formula both degrees Fahrenheit and Celsius. 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 both degrees Fahrenheit and Celsius. , for C


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


Classwork
Classwork temperatures

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


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