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1. The temperature in degrees Fahrenheit F can be changed into degrees Centigrade C by using the formula: C=5/9(F-32)
1. Find the value of F when
a) C=31
b) C=2
2. (Original post by Niki1105)
The temperature in degrees Fahrenheit F can be changed into degrees Centigrade C by using the formula: C=5/9(F-32)
1. Find the value of F when
a) C=31
b) C=2
So rearrange for F, plug in the C values, compute it, and you're done.

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