PreAlgebra Adv.
posted by Destiny .
Find the change in temperature or elevation.
1) From 16 degrees C to 23 degrees C
2) From 47 degrees C to 38 degrees C
3) From 9 degrees F to 12 degrees F
4) From 16 degrees F to 27 degrees F

1) 23 + 16 = 39 degrees increase
2) 47  38 = 9 increase
I'll be glad to check your answers for the last two.
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