## The ground temperature at sea level is 60°F. For every 100-foot increase in elevation, the temperature rises of one degree

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Answer:80

Step-by-step explanation:Answer:80°F

Step-by-step explanation:For this question, we will need to use a Rate of Change in determining the final temperature.

It is firstly given that the ground temperature (when the altitude 0), has a temperature of 60°F.

To solve for the amount the temperature increases in total, you will need to do the following to find the value:

2,000÷ 100 =

2020is the amount of times the temperature will rise as the altitude goes to 2,000 feet. To solve for the actual RAISE in temperature, all you will need to do is:20×1= 20°F.

Simply add 60°F+ 20°F to get 80°F as your final answer.