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I am having trouble figuring out the final step when i get to multiply 5/9(1955.6) to get the set solution. Can you help. the question is below

a metal stays solid at fahrenheit temperature below 1987.6. determine (in terms of an inequality) those celsius temperature for which the metal stays solid. use the formula f=9/5c+32

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    F= 9/5 C + 32
    T<1987.6F
    then
    1987.6> 9/5 C+32
    5*1955>9C
    C<1955*5/9
    C<I don't know what your problem is here. multiply 1955*5, then divide by 9
    the temp C to stay solid will be below that.

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