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posted by Chris .
what is the Celsius equival of a temperature of 160 F

Use equation: T(c)= 5/9(T(F)32*)
So you don't know the Celsius Temp
So all you need to do is fill in the equation....
T(c)= 5/9(16032)
16032=128
5/9(128)=71.1111
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