Temperature difference

Libya's highest temperature was recorded at 58 degrees Celsius, and the lowest was recorded at -88 degrees Celsius. What is the temperature difference?

Correct answer:

t =  146 °C

Step-by-step explanation:

t1=58 °C t2=88 °C  t=t1t2=58(88)=146°C

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Math student
Why is 0° not included? i.e difference between -1° and +1° is 3° is it not.

Doktor Matematiky
difference between -1° and +1° is 2°

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