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Q: How can you use integers to represent changes in temperature?

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There are several different ways that you can use integers in everyday situations. For example you can use integers in the Winter, you use them with the temperature.

You cannot because a number has no velocity.

Consecutive odd and even integers are both 2 apart. That is the reason we use the same denotation to represent them in an equation. x and x+2

We use Q for Rationals... which is repreentative of Quocentia (Quotient), since rationals are RATIOs or fractions.

You use integers in golf, temperature (not body temp. because those sometimes use decimals), football yardage, weight, globes, and maps.

Everyday, the weather or temperature changes.

digital signals use codes to represent values and changes of values are abrupt and discontinuous.analog signals use analogy to represent values and changes of values are smooth and continuous.

We need signed integers in order to represent both negative and positive values. However, some numbers can never be negative. For instance, the size of a file must always be greater than or equal to zero so we use unsigned integers to represent file sizes. Also, natural numbers must be greater than 0 so there's no point in using a signed value to represent a natural number. Signed integers also use one bit to denote the sign, but unsigned integers do not thus unsigned integers can effectively represent twice the range of positive values than an unsigned integer can. For instance, an 8-bit signed value can represent values in the range -128 to +127 using twos complement notation, but an 8-bit signed value can represent values in the range 0 to 255.

Negative numbers can be used for weather, when we talk about temperature that is below zero.

101 and 102 Explanation: I'll use x to represent the first integer and x + 1 to represent the second integer (consecutive integers are one right after another). x + x + 1 = 203 2 x = 202 x = 101 The two numbers are 101 and 102.

You can use a thermocouple which gives an output in millivolts proportional to temperature, then you just need an electronic box to turn this into a digital reading of temperature.

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