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Interested in our Weather?


by Cali, Eva, and Hunter

After reading our Blogging Buddies recent post and comments, we found that they have been interested in our weather. We looked at our weather and we have found out that today, August 29, 2013, that it is 95°F. We realized that our Australian buddies won’t know how hot that is because their temperatures are read in Celsius.

We learned the formula for converting Fahrenheit to Celsius so we could share with our Blogging Buddies.

Our temperature today is 95 degrees Fahrenheit. Here are the steps to convert it to Celsius:

  1. First take 95 and subtract 32.
  2. Then divide by nine.
  3. Last, multiply that number by 5.

How do we convert Fahrenheit to Celsius? from Tracy Watanabe on Vimeo.

So, 95 degrees Fahrenheit is 35° Celsius. That’s how we converted our temperature so our Australian blogging buddies understand our temperature.

Would you care to answer a couple of questions for us:

Do you know how to convert temperatures from Celsius to Fahrenheit?

What’s your temperature today?

Did you notice it was going to storm here today? Did you find that unusual since we live in the Sonoran Desert?


by posted under Blogging, Math | 3 Comments »    
3 Comments to

“Interested in our Weather?”

  1. September 20th, 2013 at 1:29 pm      Reply cali Says:

    I am happy we made this video so now I have a question, today September,20 2013 our weather is 84 degrees can you convert our weather to your weather ?

    Your blogging

  2. October 15th, 2013 at 2:42 pm      Reply Brianna Says:

    Dear Mrs. Renzulli’s class and 4lb,

    How are you today? I know how the weather in Arizona feels like. It is really nice out here in Arizona. how is your weather in in Australia today? Room 4lb should come out and check out what the weather is and see if they can do the formula. If they can’t do the formula then they can practice.

  3. October 15th, 2013 at 3:02 pm      Reply tristan Says:

    Dear 4LB ,

    Did you know we are learning how to compare
    Celcius to Farhenhite? What is your temperature?

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