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It was kind of windy the other day bring the temperature from -10 degrees centigrade to 18 degrees centigrade in 24 hours. How much did the temp. rise in 24 hours? on average, how much per hour did the temp. rise?

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  1. 10 + 18 = 28 degrees it rose in 24 hours

    28/24 = 1.167 degrees an hour

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