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## 10.1 Modelling and Solving One-Step Equations b ax b MathLinks 8 Student Edition Bruce McAskill Wayne Watt. Name: Date: 114 MHR • Chapter 10: Solving Linear Equations 10.1 Modelling and Solving One-Step Equations: ax = b, _ a x = b MathLinks 8, pages 370–379, What was the temperature at the end of the 5-h period if the original temperature was 0 °C? 498 MHR • Answers MathLinks 8 Chapter 8 Answers 13_ML8_Answers_6th_B.indd ….

10.1 Modelling and Solving One-Step Equations b ax b. MHR MathLinks 8 Solutions 5 Chapter 1 Practice Test Page 39 Question 9 The second graph is misleading because the vertical axis starts at 120., Name: Date: 114 MHR • Chapter 10: Solving Linear Equations 10.1 Modelling and Solving One-Step Equations: ax = b, _ a x = b MathLinks 8, pages 370–379.

9 cm 78 MHR Chapter 7: Volume = 54 m2 . Name: 4. Calculate the volume of each prism or cylinder. 4cm , 3 cm 12 cm = 80 cm2 5. What is the volume of a right prism that has a base with an area of 15 crn2 and a height of 7 cm? 6. Which rectangular prism has the larger volume? Show your thinking. 8. 9. Date: A = 10.5 1m 3m 3.5 m 3.5 m A=3m2 3m 1m Calculate the height of each rectangular prism. a The graph shows the cost of Tony’s medium pizzas. 1. a) Use a cardboard circle and coloured counters to model a medium pizza with extra cheese, pineapple, and ham.

MHR MathLinks 8 Solutions 5 Chapter 1 Practice Test Page 39 Question 9 The second graph is misleading because the vertical axis starts at 120. Chapters 1—8 Review. CHAPTER 9 Linear Inequalities Get Ready 9.1 Representing Inequalities 9.2 Solving Single-Step Inequalities 9.3 Solving Multi-Step Inequalities Chapter Link Vocabulary Link Chapters 1—9 Review. CHAPTER 10 Circle Geometry Get Ready 10.1 Exploring Angles in a Circle 10.2 Exploring Chord Properties 10.3 Tangents to a Circle Chapter Link Vocabulary Link Chapters 1—10

What was the temperature at the end of the 5-h period if the original temperature was 0 °C? 498 MHR • Answers MathLinks 8 Chapter 8 Answers 13_ML8_Answers_6th_B.indd … 310 MHR • Chapter 8 08_ML8_Chapter08_6th.indd 310 4/9/08 4:24:23 PM. MATH LINK The temperature of still, dry air decreases by about 6 °C for each kilometre increase in altitude. On a still, dry day, the temperature in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, was -11 °C . The air temperature outside a plane " ying above Yellowknife was -53 °C. a) Approximately how much lower was the temperature

Name: _____ ID: A 3 7. O is the centre of this circle. Which line is a tangent? 8. O is the centre of the circle. Determine the value of s to the nearest tenth, if necessary. 9 cm 78 MHR Chapter 7: Volume = 54 m2 . Name: 4. Calculate the volume of each prism or cylinder. 4cm , 3 cm 12 cm = 80 cm2 5. What is the volume of a right prism that has a base with an area of 15 crn2 and a height of 7 cm? 6. Which rectangular prism has the larger volume? Show your thinking. 8. 9. Date: A = 10.5 1m 3m 3.5 m 3.5 m A=3m2 3m 1m Calculate the height of each rectangular prism. a

Name: _____ ID: A 3 7. O is the centre of this circle. Which line is a tangent? 8. O is the centre of the circle. Determine the value of s to the nearest tenth, if necessary. 310 MHR • Chapter 8 08_ML8_Chapter08_6th.indd 310 4/9/08 4:24:23 PM. MATH LINK The temperature of still, dry air decreases by about 6 °C for each kilometre increase in altitude. On a still, dry day, the temperature in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, was -11 °C . The air temperature outside a plane " ying above Yellowknife was -53 °C. a) Approximately how much lower was the temperature

9 cm 78 MHR Chapter 7: Volume = 54 m2 . Name: 4. Calculate the volume of each prism or cylinder. 4cm , 3 cm 12 cm = 80 cm2 5. What is the volume of a right prism that has a base with an area of 15 crn2 and a height of 7 cm? 6. Which rectangular prism has the larger volume? Show your thinking. 8. 9. Date: A = 10.5 1m 3m 3.5 m 3.5 m A=3m2 3m 1m Calculate the height of each rectangular prism. a Classroom Package (for grades 8 and 9) _____ • Available on DVD-ROM and online (access for 5 years) • Chapter 1 video on DVD containing a thorough program overview and implementation support for chapter 1 lesson plan and technology support Computerized Assessment Bank _____ • 1200 modifiable questions based on the material presented in the student text • Question formats include

7. a) number of lines of symmetry = 3, angle of rotation = 120° b) number of lines of symmetry = 5, angle of rotation = 72° 8. a) b) Rotate the original ﬁ gure 180º and join the two ﬁ gures. Classroom Package (for grades 8 and 9) _____ • Available on DVD-ROM and online (access for 5 years) • Chapter 1 video on DVD containing a thorough program overview and implementation support for chapter 1 lesson plan and technology support Computerized Assessment Bank _____ • 1200 modifiable questions based on the material presented in the student text • Question formats include

Chapters 1—8 Review. CHAPTER 9 Linear Inequalities Get Ready 9.1 Representing Inequalities 9.2 Solving Single-Step Inequalities 9.3 Solving Multi-Step Inequalities Chapter Link Vocabulary Link Chapters 1—9 Review. CHAPTER 10 Circle Geometry Get Ready 10.1 Exploring Angles in a Circle 10.2 Exploring Chord Properties 10.3 Tangents to a Circle Chapter Link Vocabulary Link Chapters 1—10 MHR MathLinks 8 Solutions 5 Chapter 1 Practice Test Page 39 Question 9 The second graph is misleading because the vertical axis starts at 120.

Chapters 1—8 Review. CHAPTER 9 Linear Inequalities Get Ready 9.1 Representing Inequalities 9.2 Solving Single-Step Inequalities 9.3 Solving Multi-Step Inequalities Chapter Link Vocabulary Link Chapters 1—9 Review. CHAPTER 10 Circle Geometry Get Ready 10.1 Exploring Angles in a Circle 10.2 Exploring Chord Properties 10.3 Tangents to a Circle Chapter Link Vocabulary Link Chapters 1—10 Name: Date: 114 MHR • Chapter 10: Solving Linear Equations 10.1 Modelling and Solving One-Step Equations: ax = b, _ a x = b MathLinks 8, pages 370–379

4. 0123456 t c) Answers will vary. Example: Yes, be- cause the could be on for fractions of a minute. Also, if the hose were on for 2 min, 40 L would go through. Chapters 1—8 Review. CHAPTER 9 Linear Inequalities Get Ready 9.1 Representing Inequalities 9.2 Solving Single-Step Inequalities 9.3 Solving Multi-Step Inequalities Chapter Link Vocabulary Link Chapters 1—9 Review. CHAPTER 10 Circle Geometry Get Ready 10.1 Exploring Angles in a Circle 10.2 Exploring Chord Properties 10.3 Tangents to a Circle Chapter Link Vocabulary Link Chapters 1—10

What was the temperature at the end of the 5-h period if the original temperature was 0 °C? 498 MHR • Answers MathLinks 8 Chapter 8 Answers 13_ML8_Answers_6th_B.indd … Chapters 1—8 Review. CHAPTER 9 Linear Inequalities Get Ready 9.1 Representing Inequalities 9.2 Solving Single-Step Inequalities 9.3 Solving Multi-Step Inequalities Chapter Link Vocabulary Link Chapters 1—9 Review. CHAPTER 10 Circle Geometry Get Ready 10.1 Exploring Angles in a Circle 10.2 Exploring Chord Properties 10.3 Tangents to a Circle Chapter Link Vocabulary Link Chapters 1—10 10.1 Modelling and Solving One-Step Equations b ax b. MHR MathLinks 8 Solutions 5 Chapter 1 Practice Test Page 39 Question 9 The second graph is misleading because the vertical axis starts at 120., 9 cm 78 MHR Chapter 7: Volume = 54 m2 . Name: 4. Calculate the volume of each prism or cylinder. 4cm , 3 cm 12 cm = 80 cm2 5. What is the volume of a right prism that has a base with an area of 15 crn2 and a height of 7 cm? 6. Which rectangular prism has the larger volume? Show your thinking. 8. 9. Date: A = 10.5 1m 3m 3.5 m 3.5 m A=3m2 3m 1m Calculate the height of each rectangular prism. a. 10.1 Modelling and Solving One-Step Equations b ax b. Classroom Package (for grades 8 and 9) _____ • Available on DVD-ROM and online (access for 5 years) • Chapter 1 video on DVD containing a thorough program overview and implementation support for chapter 1 lesson plan and technology support Computerized Assessment Bank _____ • 1200 modifiable questions based on the material presented in the student text • Question formats include Classroom Package (for grades 8 and 9) _____ • Available on DVD-ROM and online (access for 5 years) • Chapter 1 video on DVD containing a thorough program overview and implementation support for chapter 1 lesson plan and technology support Computerized Assessment Bank _____ • 1200 modifiable questions based on the material presented in the student text • Question formats include. Name: Date: 114 MHR • Chapter 10: Solving Linear Equations 10.1 Modelling and Solving One-Step Equations: ax = b, _ a x = b MathLinks 8, pages 370–379 Classroom Package (for grades 8 and 9) _____ • Available on DVD-ROM and online (access for 5 years) • Chapter 1 video on DVD containing a thorough program overview and implementation support for chapter 1 lesson plan and technology support Computerized Assessment Bank _____ • 1200 modifiable questions based on the material presented in the student text • Question formats include

4. 0123456 t c) Answers will vary. Example: Yes, be- cause the could be on for fractions of a minute. Also, if the hose were on for 2 min, 40 L would go through. 4. 0123456 t c) Answers will vary. Example: Yes, be- cause the could be on for fractions of a minute. Also, if the hose were on for 2 min, 40 L would go through.

What was the temperature at the end of the 5-h period if the original temperature was 0 °C? 498 MHR • Answers MathLinks 8 Chapter 8 Answers 13_ML8_Answers_6th_B.indd … 4. 0123456 t c) Answers will vary. Example: Yes, be- cause the could be on for fractions of a minute. Also, if the hose were on for 2 min, 40 L would go through.

4. 0123456 t c) Answers will vary. Example: Yes, be- cause the could be on for fractions of a minute. Also, if the hose were on for 2 min, 40 L would go through. 310 MHR • Chapter 8 08_ML8_Chapter08_6th.indd 310 4/9/08 4:24:23 PM. MATH LINK The temperature of still, dry air decreases by about 6 °C for each kilometre increase in altitude. On a still, dry day, the temperature in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, was -11 °C . The air temperature outside a plane " ying above Yellowknife was -53 °C. a) Approximately how much lower was the temperature

Classroom Package (for grades 8 and 9) _____ • Available on DVD-ROM and online (access for 5 years) • Chapter 1 video on DVD containing a thorough program overview and implementation support for chapter 1 lesson plan and technology support Computerized Assessment Bank _____ • 1200 modifiable questions based on the material presented in the student text • Question formats include Name: Date: 114 MHR • Chapter 10: Solving Linear Equations 10.1 Modelling and Solving One-Step Equations: ax = b, _ a x = b MathLinks 8, pages 370–379

4. 0123456 t c) Answers will vary. Example: Yes, be- cause the could be on for fractions of a minute. Also, if the hose were on for 2 min, 40 L would go through. 9 cm 78 MHR Chapter 7: Volume = 54 m2 . Name: 4. Calculate the volume of each prism or cylinder. 4cm , 3 cm 12 cm = 80 cm2 5. What is the volume of a right prism that has a base with an area of 15 crn2 and a height of 7 cm? 6. Which rectangular prism has the larger volume? Show your thinking. 8. 9. Date: A = 10.5 1m 3m 3.5 m 3.5 m A=3m2 3m 1m Calculate the height of each rectangular prism. a

MHR MathLinks 8 Solutions 5 Chapter 1 Practice Test Page 39 Question 9 The second graph is misleading because the vertical axis starts at 120. The graph shows the cost of Tony’s medium pizzas. 1. a) Use a cardboard circle and coloured counters to model a medium pizza with extra cheese, pineapple, and ham.

## 10.1 Modelling and Solving One-Step Equations b ax b 10.1 Modelling and Solving One-Step Equations b ax b. 9 cm 78 MHR Chapter 7: Volume = 54 m2 . Name: 4. Calculate the volume of each prism or cylinder. 4cm , 3 cm 12 cm = 80 cm2 5. What is the volume of a right prism that has a base with an area of 15 crn2 and a height of 7 cm? 6. Which rectangular prism has the larger volume? Show your thinking. 8. 9. Date: A = 10.5 1m 3m 3.5 m 3.5 m A=3m2 3m 1m Calculate the height of each rectangular prism. a, Name: _____ ID: A 3 7. O is the centre of this circle. Which line is a tangent? 8. O is the centre of the circle. Determine the value of s to the nearest tenth, if necessary..

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4. 0123456 t c) Answers will vary. Example: Yes, be- cause the could be on for fractions of a minute. Also, if the hose were on for 2 min, 40 L would go through. 9 cm 78 MHR Chapter 7: Volume = 54 m2 . Name: 4. Calculate the volume of each prism or cylinder. 4cm , 3 cm 12 cm = 80 cm2 5. What is the volume of a right prism that has a base with an area of 15 crn2 and a height of 7 cm? 6. Which rectangular prism has the larger volume? Show your thinking. 8. 9. Date: A = 10.5 1m 3m 3.5 m 3.5 m A=3m2 3m 1m Calculate the height of each rectangular prism. a

Classroom Package (for grades 8 and 9) _____ • Available on DVD-ROM and online (access for 5 years) • Chapter 1 video on DVD containing a thorough program overview and implementation support for chapter 1 lesson plan and technology support Computerized Assessment Bank _____ • 1200 modifiable questions based on the material presented in the student text • Question formats include Chapters 1—8 Review. CHAPTER 9 Linear Inequalities Get Ready 9.1 Representing Inequalities 9.2 Solving Single-Step Inequalities 9.3 Solving Multi-Step Inequalities Chapter Link Vocabulary Link Chapters 1—9 Review. CHAPTER 10 Circle Geometry Get Ready 10.1 Exploring Angles in a Circle 10.2 Exploring Chord Properties 10.3 Tangents to a Circle Chapter Link Vocabulary Link Chapters 1—10

4. 0123456 t c) Answers will vary. Example: Yes, be- cause the could be on for fractions of a minute. Also, if the hose were on for 2 min, 40 L would go through. Name: Date: 114 MHR • Chapter 10: Solving Linear Equations 10.1 Modelling and Solving One-Step Equations: ax = b, _ a x = b MathLinks 8, pages 370–379

MHR MathLinks 8 Solutions 5 Chapter 1 Practice Test Page 39 Question 9 The second graph is misleading because the vertical axis starts at 120. 4. 0123456 t c) Answers will vary. Example: Yes, be- cause the could be on for fractions of a minute. Also, if the hose were on for 2 min, 40 L would go through.

310 MHR • Chapter 8 08_ML8_Chapter08_6th.indd 310 4/9/08 4:24:23 PM. MATH LINK The temperature of still, dry air decreases by about 6 °C for each kilometre increase in altitude. On a still, dry day, the temperature in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, was -11 °C . The air temperature outside a plane " ying above Yellowknife was -53 °C. a) Approximately how much lower was the temperature 310 MHR • Chapter 8 08_ML8_Chapter08_6th.indd 310 4/9/08 4:24:23 PM. MATH LINK The temperature of still, dry air decreases by about 6 °C for each kilometre increase in altitude. On a still, dry day, the temperature in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, was -11 °C . The air temperature outside a plane " ying above Yellowknife was -53 °C. a) Approximately how much lower was the temperature

Name: Date: 114 MHR • Chapter 10: Solving Linear Equations 10.1 Modelling and Solving One-Step Equations: ax = b, _ a x = b MathLinks 8, pages 370–379 MHR MathLinks 8 Solutions 5 Chapter 1 Practice Test Page 39 Question 9 The second graph is misleading because the vertical axis starts at 120.

Chapters 1—8 Review. CHAPTER 9 Linear Inequalities Get Ready 9.1 Representing Inequalities 9.2 Solving Single-Step Inequalities 9.3 Solving Multi-Step Inequalities Chapter Link Vocabulary Link Chapters 1—9 Review. CHAPTER 10 Circle Geometry Get Ready 10.1 Exploring Angles in a Circle 10.2 Exploring Chord Properties 10.3 Tangents to a Circle Chapter Link Vocabulary Link Chapters 1—10 9 cm 78 MHR Chapter 7: Volume = 54 m2 . Name: 4. Calculate the volume of each prism or cylinder. 4cm , 3 cm 12 cm = 80 cm2 5. What is the volume of a right prism that has a base with an area of 15 crn2 and a height of 7 cm? 6. Which rectangular prism has the larger volume? Show your thinking. 8. 9. Date: A = 10.5 1m 3m 3.5 m 3.5 m A=3m2 3m 1m Calculate the height of each rectangular prism. a

Name: Date: 114 MHR • Chapter 10: Solving Linear Equations 10.1 Modelling and Solving One-Step Equations: ax = b, _ a x = b MathLinks 8, pages 370–379 MHR MathLinks 8 Solutions 5 Chapter 1 Practice Test Page 39 Question 9 The second graph is misleading because the vertical axis starts at 120.

310 MHR • Chapter 8 08_ML8_Chapter08_6th.indd 310 4/9/08 4:24:23 PM. MATH LINK The temperature of still, dry air decreases by about 6 °C for each kilometre increase in altitude. On a still, dry day, the temperature in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, was -11 °C . The air temperature outside a plane " ying above Yellowknife was -53 °C. a) Approximately how much lower was the temperature Classroom Package (for grades 8 and 9) _____ • Available on DVD-ROM and online (access for 5 years) • Chapter 1 video on DVD containing a thorough program overview and implementation support for chapter 1 lesson plan and technology support Computerized Assessment Bank _____ • 1200 modifiable questions based on the material presented in the student text • Question formats include

4. 0123456 t c) Answers will vary. Example: Yes, be- cause the could be on for fractions of a minute. Also, if the hose were on for 2 min, 40 L would go through. MHR MathLinks 8 Solutions 5 Chapter 1 Practice Test Page 39 Question 9 The second graph is misleading because the vertical axis starts at 120.

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What was the temperature at the end of the 5-h period if the original temperature was 0 °C? 498 MHR • Answers MathLinks 8 Chapter 8 Answers 13_ML8_Answers_6th_B.indd … What was the temperature at the end of the 5-h period if the original temperature was 0 °C? 498 MHR • Answers MathLinks 8 Chapter 8 Answers 13_ML8_Answers_6th_B.indd …

10.1 Modelling and Solving One-Step Equations b ax b. 7. a) number of lines of symmetry = 3, angle of rotation = 120° b) number of lines of symmetry = 5, angle of rotation = 72° 8. a) b) Rotate the original ﬁ gure 180º and join the two ﬁ gures., 4. 0123456 t c) Answers will vary. Example: Yes, be- cause the could be on for fractions of a minute. Also, if the hose were on for 2 min, 40 L would go through.. MathLinks 8 Student Edition Bruce McAskill Wayne Watt. Name: Date: 114 MHR • Chapter 10: Solving Linear Equations 10.1 Modelling and Solving One-Step Equations: ax = b, _ a x = b MathLinks 8, pages 370–379, The graph shows the cost of Tony’s medium pizzas. 1. a) Use a cardboard circle and coloured counters to model a medium pizza with extra cheese, pineapple, and ham..

MathLinks 8 Student Edition Bruce McAskill Wayne Watt. Name: _____ ID: A 3 7. O is the centre of this circle. Which line is a tangent? 8. O is the centre of the circle. Determine the value of s to the nearest tenth, if necessary., Classroom Package (for grades 8 and 9) _____ • Available on DVD-ROM and online (access for 5 years) • Chapter 1 video on DVD containing a thorough program overview and implementation support for chapter 1 lesson plan and technology support Computerized Assessment Bank _____ • 1200 modifiable questions based on the material presented in the student text • Question formats include.

### 10.1 Modelling and Solving One-Step Equations b ax b MathLinks 8 Student Edition Bruce McAskill Wayne Watt. Name: _____ ID: A 3 7. O is the centre of this circle. Which line is a tangent? 8. O is the centre of the circle. Determine the value of s to the nearest tenth, if necessary. What was the temperature at the end of the 5-h period if the original temperature was 0 °C? 498 MHR • Answers MathLinks 8 Chapter 8 Answers 13_ML8_Answers_6th_B.indd …. The graph shows the cost of Tony’s medium pizzas. 1. a) Use a cardboard circle and coloured counters to model a medium pizza with extra cheese, pineapple, and ham. Chapters 1—8 Review. CHAPTER 9 Linear Inequalities Get Ready 9.1 Representing Inequalities 9.2 Solving Single-Step Inequalities 9.3 Solving Multi-Step Inequalities Chapter Link Vocabulary Link Chapters 1—9 Review. CHAPTER 10 Circle Geometry Get Ready 10.1 Exploring Angles in a Circle 10.2 Exploring Chord Properties 10.3 Tangents to a Circle Chapter Link Vocabulary Link Chapters 1—10

4. 0123456 t c) Answers will vary. Example: Yes, be- cause the could be on for fractions of a minute. Also, if the hose were on for 2 min, 40 L would go through. 310 MHR • Chapter 8 08_ML8_Chapter08_6th.indd 310 4/9/08 4:24:23 PM. MATH LINK The temperature of still, dry air decreases by about 6 °C for each kilometre increase in altitude. On a still, dry day, the temperature in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, was -11 °C . The air temperature outside a plane " ying above Yellowknife was -53 °C. a) Approximately how much lower was the temperature

Name: _____ ID: A 3 7. O is the centre of this circle. Which line is a tangent? 8. O is the centre of the circle. Determine the value of s to the nearest tenth, if necessary. 4. 0123456 t c) Answers will vary. Example: Yes, be- cause the could be on for fractions of a minute. Also, if the hose were on for 2 min, 40 L would go through.

310 MHR • Chapter 8 08_ML8_Chapter08_6th.indd 310 4/9/08 4:24:23 PM. MATH LINK The temperature of still, dry air decreases by about 6 °C for each kilometre increase in altitude. On a still, dry day, the temperature in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, was -11 °C . The air temperature outside a plane " ying above Yellowknife was -53 °C. a) Approximately how much lower was the temperature The graph shows the cost of Tony’s medium pizzas. 1. a) Use a cardboard circle and coloured counters to model a medium pizza with extra cheese, pineapple, and ham.

9 cm 78 MHR Chapter 7: Volume = 54 m2 . Name: 4. Calculate the volume of each prism or cylinder. 4cm , 3 cm 12 cm = 80 cm2 5. What is the volume of a right prism that has a base with an area of 15 crn2 and a height of 7 cm? 6. Which rectangular prism has the larger volume? Show your thinking. 8. 9. Date: A = 10.5 1m 3m 3.5 m 3.5 m A=3m2 3m 1m Calculate the height of each rectangular prism. a MHR MathLinks 8 Solutions 5 Chapter 1 Practice Test Page 39 Question 9 The second graph is misleading because the vertical axis starts at 120.

What was the temperature at the end of the 5-h period if the original temperature was 0 °C? 498 MHR • Answers MathLinks 8 Chapter 8 Answers 13_ML8_Answers_6th_B.indd … Chapters 1—8 Review. CHAPTER 9 Linear Inequalities Get Ready 9.1 Representing Inequalities 9.2 Solving Single-Step Inequalities 9.3 Solving Multi-Step Inequalities Chapter Link Vocabulary Link Chapters 1—9 Review. CHAPTER 10 Circle Geometry Get Ready 10.1 Exploring Angles in a Circle 10.2 Exploring Chord Properties 10.3 Tangents to a Circle Chapter Link Vocabulary Link Chapters 1—10

4. 0123456 t c) Answers will vary. Example: Yes, be- cause the could be on for fractions of a minute. Also, if the hose were on for 2 min, 40 L would go through. 310 MHR • Chapter 8 08_ML8_Chapter08_6th.indd 310 4/9/08 4:24:23 PM. MATH LINK The temperature of still, dry air decreases by about 6 °C for each kilometre increase in altitude. On a still, dry day, the temperature in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, was -11 °C . The air temperature outside a plane " ying above Yellowknife was -53 °C. a) Approximately how much lower was the temperature

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