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Mt. Everest is a height of 8850m. Its base is at an elevation of 5400 metre. The temperature here drop at the rate of 1 degree per 100m.

1 If the temperature drops at the rate of 8 degrees * C per 500 m. Then, what is the temperature of the top?

2 The temperature at the base is (- 5 degrees * C) . What does negative sign represents here? a) raise in temperature b) fall in temperature c) temperature is static d) none of these v)

3 If its base is at an elevation 4400 m. Then, what is the temperature of the top? a) - 44.50 degrees * C b) - 49.50 degrees * C c) - 47.50 degrees * C d) - 49.44 degrees * C

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### The height of the Mt Everest from the base can be found by using the total height and the base height. As the rate of temperature drop is given, by subtracting the temperature drop from the temperature at the base, the temperature at the top can be obtained. So, the correct answer is “Option B”.

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