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11.)Create a scale for your model thermometer. Divide the distance between the two marks into 5-mm intervals. Starting with the lowest point, label the intervals on the straw 0, 1, 2, 3, and so on. Describe your scale below.

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  1. How do you expect us to help you with this assignment?

  2. Connexus Teachers suck

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  3. That does not answer my question.

  4. well, i don't what else to say,

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  5. You must have made marks at two different known temperatures, Tlow and Thigh

    Label Tlow 0
    label Thigh something then every 5 mm make a mark
    label them 1,2 ,3 et!@#$%^&il you reach Thigh
    let's say Thigh is at 67 degrees C and Tlow was at 20 deg C

    then your range was
    67 - 20 = 47 deg c

    then how may 5 mm intervals was that? call it n
    your scale would be
    47 deg C/n

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    posted by Damon
  6. so to get the temp in deg C from your scale
    multiply the number you read on the straw by (47/n) and add 20

    T = (temp range/n) x + Tlow

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    posted by Damon
  7. thanks damon

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  8. You are welcome.

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    posted by Damon
  9. I need help in this question soon like as soon as anyone can, school is almost out and im super behind i need to get this done its stressing me out

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  10. all the connexus teachers a idiots because i have a hard Time

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    posted by coller

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