# Lesson Worksheet: Temperature in Fahrenheit Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice comparing temperatures in Fahrenheit, reading data from charts, and using appropriate words for describing temperature such as “hottest” and “coldest.”

Q1:

What temperature is shown?

Q2:

Which is colder, or ?

Q3:

Which is greater, or ?

Q4:

Which is hotter, or ?

Q5:

On a certain day, the high temperature was , and the low temperature was . Mason thought the change in the temperature on that day was , and Madison thought it was . Who is correct?

• AMason

Q6:

What temperature is shown?

Q7:

What temperature is shown?

Q8:

What temperature is shown?

Q9:

What temperature is shown?

Q10:

Which is hotter, or ?

Q11:

Which is colder, or ?

Q12:

Which is greater, or ?

Q13:

Ethan and James each read a thermometer outside on a cool spring day. Ethan said it is outside, and James said it is outside. Who is correct?

• AEthan
• BJames

Q14:

A thermometer measured the temperature to be . Determine whether this temperature is hotter or colder than room temperature.

• Acolder
• Bhotter

Q15:

The following table shows the temperatures in different countries on a given day.

 Country Temperature (Degrees Fahrenheit) France Egypt Italy Canada Germany 45 51 60 59 72

Which country is the coldest?

• AItaly
• BFrance
• CGermany

Which country is the hottest?

• BEgypt
• CFrance
• DGermany

What is the difference in temperature between the hottest and the coldest countries?

Q16:

Which of the following temperatures is the hottest?

• A40 degrees Fahrenheit
• B15 degrees Fahrenheit
• C44 degrees Fahrenheit
• D39 degrees Fahrenheit

Q17:

Which of the following temperatures is the coldest?

• A64 degrees Fahrenheit
• B45 degrees Fahrenheit
• C91 degrees Fahrenheit
• D32 degrees Fahrenheit

Q18:

Temperatures were measured over a period of two days. On the first day, the temperature was . On the second day, the temperature was . Determine whether the second day was hotter or colder.

• Ahotter
• Bcolder