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if the temperatureis 39 degrees celsius you are most likely to want to wear (hint: if you are more familiar with fahrenheit temperatures, you approximately how hot or cold this is.)

a. a thick winter coat
b. a regular fall coat
c.just a shirt or light
d. a bathing suit

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  1. I'm sure glad it doesn't reach 39 degrees C where I live!

    Check this chart.

    http://www.texloc.com/closet/cl_cel_fah_chart.html

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  3. its d

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  4. Right!

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