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Room temperature ranges from 20^C to 25^C. Find the range of the room temperature in ^F. Use the formula F-32=1.8C to convert from the Celsius to the fahrenheit. (just need to know how to set this up)

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  1. for 20 c

    F = 32 + 1.8(20)

    for 25 c

    F = 32 + 1.8 (25)

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