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# The table shows the record low temperatures for five U.S.

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Problem 1.1.376

The table shows the record low temperatures for five U.S. states. State Record Low (F) Date Virginia 30 Jan. 22, 1985 Washington 48 Dec. 30, 1968 West Virginia 37 Dec. 30, 1917 Wisconsin 55 Feb. 4, 1996 Wyoming 66 Feb. 9, 1933 Source: National Climatic Data Center a. Graph the five record low temperatures on a number line. b. Write the names of the states in order from the coldest record low to the warmest record low.

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