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The greatest recorded temperature ranges in the world are around the "cold pole" in Siberia. Temperatures in Verkhoyansk have varied from -94 degrees Fahrenheit to 98 degrees Fahrenheit. What is the difference between the high and low temperatures in Verkhoyansk?

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  1. 98 - (-94) = 98+94 = ?

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