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The formula below can be used to convert temperatures in degrees Fahrenheit, F, to temperatures in degrees Celsius, C. C =5/9 (F − 32) On a certain day temperatures at the North Pole were between −20°F and −15°F. Which of these is a reasonable temperature in degrees Celsius for that day at the North Pole? F −30°C G −22°C H −27°C J −11°C

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  1. amistre64
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    the only way to help you with this problem is to plug in the numbers for you on a calculator or on paper and tell you the answer.... that seems defeating to me. At some point in your math studies you are going to have to learn to actually do some of it :)

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