The temperature starts at 70 degrees and drops by 1/10 every 2 minutes. What would the temperature be after 6 mins

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asked by Trisha
  1. 70 devided by 10 = 7
    7 is 1/10 of 70
    multiply 7 by 3 and that's your answer.

    posted by Susan
  2. subtract 70 with 7 x 3.

    posted by Susan

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