I still dont understand
In February 2007 the Ken-Ton school distict canceles classes due to severe windchill on a couple of different days. Sustained windchill readings of -40 degrees Fareinheit or below regarded as dangerous due to the risk of severe frostbite. The air temperature in the early morning was around -15 degrees farenheit on the mornings when Ken-Ton canceled school. How bad was the wind blowing on those mornings?
(The windchill model is from Bosch & Cobb, UMAP Module No. 658, "WindChill")
Is the answer 35 degrees or am I thinking to simple. My professor enjoys decieving us so Im not sure where to start with this question