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Posted by Jasmine07202006 on Thursday, October 19, 2006 at 12:02pm.

Can someone correct this for me.

Find the temperature in degrees Celsius given a temperature
75 Farenheit using the formula
c=5/9(f-32):


C=5/9(75-32)
c=5/9(43)
c=25.8 Degrees

If i'm wrong please let me know how to do it.I 'll appreciated any help possible.



Can someone correct this for me.

Find the temperature in degrees Celsius given a temperature
75 Farenheit using the formula
c=5/9(f-32):


C=5/9(75-32)
c=5/9(43)You are ok to here. You didn't multiply by 5 and divide by 9 correctly. The correct answer is 23.9
c=25.8 Degrees

If i'm wrong please let me know how to do it.I 'll appreciated any help possible.

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