# McGraw Hill Math Grade 5 Chapter 9 Lesson 6 Answer Key Using Fahrenheit Temperatures

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## McGraw-Hill Math Grade 5 Answer Key Chapter 9 Lesson 6 Using Fahrenheit Temperatures

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Question 1.
The high temperature for a day in November was 58°F. The low temperature that same day was 15°F less. What was the low temperature on that day?
43°F was the low temperature on that day.

Explanation:
The high temperature for a day in November = 58°F.
Low temperature that same day was 15°F less.
=> The low temperature on that day = The high temperature for a day in November – 15°F
=> 58°F- 15°F
=> 43°F.

Question 2.
What temperature does the thermometer show?

If the temperature increased 39°F what would the thermometer show?
63°F would the thermometer show.

Explanation:
The thermometer showing = 24°F
If the temperature increased 39°F.
=> The thermometer shows = The thermometer showing + 39°F
=> 24°F + 39°F.
=> 63°F.

Question 3.
Jessica and Olivia live in different cities. One day, the temperature in Jessica’s city was 76°F That same day, the temperature in Olivia’s city was 27°F higher. What was the temperature in Olivia’s city?
103°F was the temperature in Olivia’s city.

Explanation:
The temperature in Jessica’s city = 76°F.
On that same day, the temperature in Olivia’s city was 27°F higher.
=> The temperature in Olivia’s city = The temperature in Jessica’s city + 27°F
=> 76°F + 27°F
=> 103°F.

Question 4.
What temperature does the thermometer show?

If the temperature decreased 19°F what would the thermometer show?