The formula V=R-N describes the variation V of the recorded temperature R from the normal temperature N. If the recorded temperature is -4.6 degrees F and the normal temperature is 3.2 degrees ​F, what is the variation from the normal​ temperature?


  1. Answer:
    Step-by-step explanation:
    We will substitute the recorded temperature (-4.6) in the “R” (in the formula) and we will substitute 3.2 in the normal temperature “N”. So you should have V= -4.6 – 3.2 (negative Four point six subtracted by three point two) then solve. This should give you -7.8. Remember your integers!


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