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4.4.4 Practice: Modeling: Stretching and CompressingFunctionsPracticeAlgebra I Honors Sem 2Points Possible:30Name:Date:YOUR ASSIGNMENT: Desert TemperaturesIn this assignment, you may work alone, with a partner, or in a small group. Discuss the resultsof your work and/or any lingering questions with your teacher.Temperature in the desert can be modeled by the functionC(t), wheretrepresents hoursafter midnight (0 ≤t≤ 24), andCis the temperature measured in degrees Celsius.Examine what happens to the graph when you transform the function to degrees Fahrenheit.Circle the desert you picked:Sahara DesertPatagonian DesertDeath Valley California
What do you know?The highest temp on record is 57.1 degrees celsius.What do you want to find out?What effect does converting the temperatures to fahrenheit haveon the graphWhat kind of answers do you expect?I expect for it to show high temperatures when convertedto fahrenheitExploring Degrees Celsius

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Ericka Eppler
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