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11. Create a scale for your model thermometer. Divide the distance between the two
marks into 5mm intervals. Starting with the lowest point, label the intervals on the
straw 0, 1, 2, 3, and so on. Describe your scale below. PLEASE HELPPPP IM super behind and school is almost over someone please be nice enough to help me :)

bobpursley
just follow the directions.

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