Convert: 26 degrees C to degrees Fahrenheit -23 degrees F to degrees Celsius 68 degrees F to degrees Celsius -81 degrees C to degrees Fahrenheit

reemisorgc 2022-10-05 Answered
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26 degrees C to degrees Fahrenheit
-23 degrees F to degrees Celsius
68 degrees F to degrees Celsius
-81 degrees C to degrees Fahrenheit
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Mario Monroe
Answered 2022-10-06 Author has 12 answers
a) c=26, F=?
26 = 5 9 × ( F 32 ) F 32 = 46.8 F = 78.8
b) F=-23, c=?
c = 5 9 × ( 23 32 ) C = 30.55
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rancuri5a
Answered 2022-10-07 Author has 1 answers
c) F=68, c=?
c = 5 9 × ( 68 32 ) c = 20
d) c=-81, F=?
18 = 5 9 × ( F 32 ) f 32 = 145.8 F = 113.8
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