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jylarai

  • one year ago

The Formula F=1.8C+32 gives the temperature in degrees Celsius (C). There is one temperature for which number of degrees Fahrenheit is equal to the number of degrees Celsius. Complete the equation you can solve to find that temperature and then use it to find the temperature

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    let x be equal reading for C and F. x=1.8x+32 1.8x-x=-32 .8x=32 \[x=\frac{- 32 }{ .8 }=\frac{ -320 }{ 8 }=-40\] at -40 degree both Fahrenheit and Celsius show the same reading.

  2. jylarai
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    Where did you get -32?

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