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### New York State Common Core Math Grade 8, Module 4, Lesson 30

• Students learn a real-world application of linear equations with respect to the conversion of temperatures from Celsius to Fahrenheit and Fahrenheit to Celsius.

Lesson 30 Student Summary

• We know how to use a linear equation in a real-world situation like converting between Celsius and Fahrenheit.

• We can use the computations we make for specific numbers to help us determine a general linear equation for a situation.

Lesson 30 Classwork

Our goal is to address the following two questions:

(1) If t is a number, what is the degree in Fahrenheit that corresponds to t°C?

(2) If t is a number, what is the degree in Fahrenheit that corresponds to (-t)°C?

What is 37°C in Fahrenheit? Explain.

Exercises

Determine the corresponding Fahrenheit temperate for the given Celsius temperatures in Exercises 1–5. 1. How many degrees Fahrenheit is 25°C?

2. How many degrees Fahrenheit is 42°C?

3. How many degrees Fahrenheit is 94°C?

4. How many degrees Fahrenheit is 63°C?

5. How many degrees Fahrenheit is t°C?

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Common Core For Grade 8

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Lesson 30 Student Outcomes• Students learn a real-world application of linear equations with respect to the conversion of temperatures from Celsius to Fahrenheit and Fahrenheit to Celsius.

Lesson 30 Student Summary

• We know how to use a linear equation in a real-world situation like converting between Celsius and Fahrenheit.

• We can use the computations we make for specific numbers to help us determine a general linear equation for a situation.

Lesson 30 Classwork

Our goal is to address the following two questions:

(1) If t is a number, what is the degree in Fahrenheit that corresponds to t°C?

(2) If t is a number, what is the degree in Fahrenheit that corresponds to (-t)°C?

What is 37°C in Fahrenheit? Explain.

Exercises

Determine the corresponding Fahrenheit temperate for the given Celsius temperatures in Exercises 1–5. 1. How many degrees Fahrenheit is 25°C?

2. How many degrees Fahrenheit is 42°C?

3. How many degrees Fahrenheit is 94°C?

4. How many degrees Fahrenheit is 63°C?

5. How many degrees Fahrenheit is t°C?

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