The ground tempeture at sea level is 60 degrees farenhite. For every 100-foot increase in elevation, the tempeture rises 1 tenth of one degree.At an altitude of 2,000 feet, what will be the likely tempeture?
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at sea level is 60 degrees farenhite
altitude of 2,000 feet,
rise in temperature = (2000/100) * tenth of one degree
=20 * one tenth of one degree
= 20 * 1/10
= 2 degree
so at altitude of 2,000 feet,
temperature = 60 + rise in temperature
= 62 degree
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