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The formula for degrees Celsius is: C = 5 over 9 (F − 32), where F stands for degrees Fahrenheit. Part 1: Solve the equation for F and show all steps. Part 2: Determine how many degrees Fahrenheit 20 degrees Celsius is.

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  1. dmezzullo
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    @Josuelito

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    @sue101

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    bc if google it i will get caught cheating again lol

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    i do online skewl and an idiot on here googled soemthing got it off algebra.com and i got in trouble now im grounded for alonggggggggggggg time

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    |dw:1352817107557:dw| 1.Multiply both sides by 9. 2.Divide by 5 both sides 3.Add 32 both sides. Can u do it @dmezzullo?

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    no

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    What do u get when u multiply both sides by 9?

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  8. dmezzullo
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    idk

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    |dw:1352817587200:dw| Getting this?

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    so 9c=5f-160

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    ya gud:) Nw add 160 both sides:)

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    9c+160=5f

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    ya u r right:) very gud:) Nw divide by 5 both sides:)

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    9c+12

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    hurry up plz aint got much time

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    hmm no.

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    |dw:1352818289916:dw|

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    type it plz?

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    @sue101

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    \[\frac{ 9c+160 }{ 5 }=\frac{ 5f }{ 5}\] \[\frac{ 9c }{ 5 }+32=f\]

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    For the second part of ur question plug in 20 in place of c in the equation nd find f. k?

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    idk watu mean

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    Determine how many degrees Fahrenheit 20 degrees Celsius is. \[\frac{ 9c }{ 5 }+32=f\] \[\frac{9*20}{5}+32=f\]

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    put it in veryyyyyyyyyy simple terms plzzz

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    Your question is Determine how many degrees Fahrenheit 20 degrees Celsius is. This means u need to find f when c=20. getting it?

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    i still dont get it

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    what dont you get

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    everything

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    everythng means you dnt get how to solve the equation for F?

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    i dont get any of the prob like how to do it

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    k Do you know how to solve for x if the equation is x+1=2?

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    @mikala1

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    i got this i just did this test hold on

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    C times 9/5 + 32 F = 6 times 9/5 + 32 F = 54/5 + 32 F = 10.8 + 32 F = 42.8 d

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    wat prt is tht?

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    tghe second do you need the first to

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    i need both

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    C = (F - 32) times 5/9 C times 9/5 = F - 32 (C times 9/5) + 32 = F F = C times 9/5 + 32

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    there

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