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 2 years ago
A student claims that it does not make any difference if his temperature is 2 degrees above normal Fahrenheit or 2 degrees above Celsius because in either case he is 2 degrees above normal. how do you respond?
 2 years ago
A student claims that it does not make any difference if his temperature is 2 degrees above normal Fahrenheit or 2 degrees above Celsius because in either case he is 2 degrees above normal. how do you respond?

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Karrie96
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0This is not true because Celsius is different from Fahrenheit. That's because one Fahrenheit degree covers more space on the scale. To convert Fahrenheit to Celsius use this formula: F32 divided by 1.8=Celsius F stands for the degree you want to convertHere's a chart attached. Good luck!
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