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The formula (F=9/5C+32)is used to convert Celsius to Fahrenheit temperature. If the temperature is 20°C, what is it in Fahrenheit? 28.8°F 43.1°F 68.0°F 93.6°F

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  1. annacn1024
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    (9/5)(20) +32 = F

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  2. mikelo40
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    I feel so stupid o.o

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  3. brookester6
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    you just plug it into the equation so instead of 5c it's 20c then you solve XP

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  4. annacn1024
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    You shouldn't feel stupid!! Conversions can be confusing!

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    hahah u do... i just totally bombed knowing a joke O.o yeah i'm sooo the stupid here lol

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