OpenStudy (anonymous):

temputure is measure in both celcius and farenheit degrees.these two sysytems are of course related: the farenheit temputure is obtained by using the following formula: f=9/5c+32, where c represents the degrees in celcius. A) use the equation to find what 20c equals in fahrenheit. B) on the celcius scale, water freezes at 0and boils at 100. use the formula to find the corresponding temputure on the fahrenheit scale. C) what so special about -40 celcius?

3 years ago
OpenStudy (dangerousjesse):

I'm not going to do A or B for you, seeing as the equation is right there, but I believe Kelvin is at its highest at -40 degrees Celsius.

3 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

@Compassionate

3 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

@prosper2go can you help me

3 years ago
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