Temperature And Slope

Published on Nov 18, 2015

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PRESENTATION OUTLINE

FAHRENHEIT

TEMPERATURE SCALE USED IN U.S.
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CELSIUS

TEMPERATURE SCALE USED AROUND THE WORLD
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WATER FREEZES

O DEGREES C/ 32 DEGREES F
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WATER BOILS

100 DEGREES C/ 212 DEGREES F
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OUR PROBLEM

GIVEN FREEZING AND BOILING POINTS OF WATER,
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FIND AN EQUATION THAT CONVERTS

DEGREES CELSIUS TO DEGREES FAHRENHEIT
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IDENTIFY VARIABLES

LABEL INDEPENDENT AND DEPENDENT VARIABLES.
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INSTEAD OF 'X',

YOUR INDEPENDENT VARIABLE IS 'C'
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INSTEAD OF 'Y',

THE DEPENDENT VARIABLE IS 'F'
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CHANGE IN F

212 - 32 = 180
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CHANGE IN C

100 - 0 = 100

FIND SLOPE

RATIO - CHANGE IN F/CHANGE IN C

SLOPE (M) = 9/5 OR 1.8

F INCREASES 1.8 DEGREE FOR EVERY 1 DEGREE C
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m = slope

THE INTERCEPT, b, IS 32.
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THE RESULT

F = 9/5C + 32
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SO, NOW YOU KNOW

WHERE YOUR SCIENCE TEACHER GOT THAT FORMULA.
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CAN YOU USE THE FORMULA

TO FIND F WHEN C IS 37 DEGREES?
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DOES 98.6 DEGREES

SOUND FAMILIAR?
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CHALLENGE

-70 DEGREES F IS HOW MANY DEGREES C?