Using a street thermometer, measure the temperature first on the sunny side of the house, then on the shadow. Explain why the thermometer reads differ.
in sunlight, the thermometer catches the sun’s rays, which heat it, which gives incorrect readings. In the shade, infrared rays are scattered, which gives a more accurate reading of the thermometer
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