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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?

HippoCampus Algebra & Geometry
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This 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: F-32 divided by 1.8=Celsius F stands for the degree you want to convertHere's a chart attached. Good luck!
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