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The formula for degrees Celsius is: C =5/9 (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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    @AravindG help

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    first multiply by 9/5 on both sides

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    srry my pc was messing up ok

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    ok did you do that ?

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    so would it be 9/5*9/5 & (F-32)*9/5

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    5/9 (F − 32) X 9/5

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  7. R00nnYBraiNsbiG Group Title
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    this is where i get confused b/c of the fractions so how would i do the next step

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    you can cancel off 9/5 and 5/9

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  9. R00nnYBraiNsbiG Group Title
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    so that leaves me (F-32)X9/5

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    nope that leaves u with (F-32)

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  11. R00nnYBraiNsbiG Group Title
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    but you multiplied 9/5 X(F-32)

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  12. AravindG Group Title
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    5/9 (F − 32) X 9/5= (F-32)=C (9/5)

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  13. R00nnYBraiNsbiG Group Title
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    so then what

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  14. AravindG Group Title
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    then add 32 on both sides

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    have u solved for F? @R00nnYBraiNsbiG

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  16. R00nnYBraiNsbiG Group Title
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    idk that was a test that i took on friday

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    (F-32)=C (9/5) What do u get when u add 32 to both sides as @AravindG said?

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