# Finding Temperature Changes - Measurement Worksheet With Answers

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Finding Temperature Changes
Solve each problem.
A n s w e r s
1) When Sarah went to the park at 2:30 it was 82°F. By the time she left it had gotten 17°
99°
warmer. What temperature was it when she left the park?
1.
107°
2.
2) A scientist had a liquid that was 90°F. If he needed to heat it up another 17° for an
348°
experiment, what temperature was he trying to make the liquid?
3.
56°
4.
3) The instructions to cook a turkey say to set the oven at 361°F. If Sarah set her oven 13°
cooler than the instructions said, what temperature did she set her oven?
97°
5.
27°
6.
4) On Sunday it was 66°F. On Monday it was 10° colder. What temperature was it on
Monday?
37°
7.
45°
8.
5) A weather station predicted the temperature on Saturday would be 79°F. If the actual
temperature was 18° warmer than their prediction, what temperature was it?
169°
9.
94°
10.
6) A city in Alaska had a temperature of 81°F during the day, but at night the temperature
dropped to 54°F. How much colder was it at night?
7) A news station reported that the current temperature was 109°F, but when the cold front
came in later, the temperature would drop down to 72°F. How much will the cold front
reduce the temperature?
8) Sarah heated up a slice of pizza in the microwave. Before she put it in, the pizza was 66°F.
If it was 111° F when she took it out, how much did the microwave heat it?
9) Tommy read in his science book about a planet that was 267°F during the day but at night
the temperature dropped 98°. What temperature was the planet at night?
10) In July, the average temperature in Florida was 109°F, while the average temperature in
California was 15° cooler. What was the average temperature in California?
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