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carbon dioxide forms into solid (dry ice)at approximately -150 F. What temperature in degree celsuis does this correspond to?

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    Tf = (9/5)*Tc+32

    where Tf is the temperature in Fahrenheit, Tc is the temperature in degrees Celsius

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