Q. 24.0( 3 Votes )

What’s the difference between the highest temperature in Table 2 and the lowest temperature in Table 1?

Answer :

Highest temperature in table 2 = 33°C

Lowest temperature in table 1 = 15°C

Therefore, the difference between the highest temperature in table 2 and lowest temperature in table 1 =33°C-15°C


Thus, the difference is 18°C

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