The freezing point of helium is -468 degrees Fahrenheit. If you increase that temperature by 569.7 degrees Fahrenheit, you reach the freezin

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The freezing point of helium is -468 degrees Fahrenheit. If you increase that temperature by 569.7 degrees Fahrenheit, you reach the freezing point of phosphorus. What is the freezing point of phosphorus?

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    2021-10-11T03:11:56+00:00

    The answer you are looking for is 101.7.

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    2021-10-11T03:12:11+00:00

    Answer: || 111.7 ||        

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Adding Numbers with the SAME Sign – Add and keep the sign.

    Adding Numbers with DIFFERENT Signs – Subtract and use the sign of the number with the bigger absolute value.

    -468 + 569.7   Since -468 is  a negative number and 569.7 is a positive number, their different signs. If you are adding different signs, switch to subtracting them. Once you subtract, take the bigger number which is 569.7 and use its sign, positive.

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