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The temperature in a town is 35.2°F during the day and -24.5°F at night. Find the difference in the temperatures

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Step-by-step explanation:

Temperature during the day = [tex]35.2^{\circ}F[/tex]

Temperature at night = [tex]-24.5^{\circ}F[/tex]

Difference in the temperatures

= Temperature during the day - Temperature at night

= [tex]35.2^{\circ}F - (- 24.5^{\circ}F)\\= 35.2^{\circ}F + 24.5^{\circ}F\\=\boxed{\bf\:59.7^{\circ}F}[/tex]

Difference in the temperatures = 59.7° F

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