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**DIRECTIONS:**** Print out and study the Wind Chill Table found on the Internet at URL http://www.erh.noaa.gov/er/iln/tables.htm
Then read each statement below. Tell whether each statement is true or false. Write T on the line before each true statement. Write F if the statement is false.**

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- ______ If the temperature is 30 degrees and the wind is blowing at 20 miles per hour (mph), the wind chill temperature is 17 degrees.
- ______ If the wind is blowing at 35 miles per hour on a 40 degree day, the wind chill temperature is 12 degrees below zero.
- ______ The wind chill temperature is 10 degrees below zero on a 5 degree day when the wind is blowing 10 mph.
- ______ On a 0 degree day when the wind is blowing more than 35 mph, the wind chill temperature is colder than 25 degrees below zero.
- ______ The temperature is below freezing (32 degrees) when the wind is blowing 10 mph on a 40 degree day.
*Figure out the missing number in each statement below. Write the number on that line.* - If the wind is blowing 30 mph on a 30 degree day, the wind chill temperature is ______ .
- If the temperature is 10 degrees and the wind is blowing at 20 mph, the wind chill temperature is ______ .
- If the temperature is 15 degrees and the wind chill temperature is -8 degrees, the wind must be blowing at a speed of ______ .
- If the wind is blowing 30 miles per hour and the wind chill temperature is 8 degrees, the air temperature must be ______ .

**THINK ABOUT IT.
Which day feels colder** --

Originally published 12/08/1997; last updated 12/18/2005

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