Posted by **JohnPaul** on Thursday, October 28, 2010 at 12:30pm.

Suppose that C is the number of chirps a cricket makes every 15 seconds. Using the formular C = T - 40, A. How many chirps does the cricket do at 70 degrees fahrenheit? B. What is the temperature if the cricket chirps 40 times in 1 minute? The number of chirps is relative to temperature.

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