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Jasmine13:

The label on the car's antifreeze container claims to protect the car between −30°C and 130°C. To convert Celsius temperature to Fahrenheit temperature, the formula is C = 5 over 9 (F − 32). Write and solve the inequality to determine the Fahrenheit temperature range at which this antifreeze protects the car.

NineTailedFox:

can you send a screenshot or pic to me so i can solve easier? i can do it, i need a better base though.

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Vocaloid:

the problem states the Celcius temperature range is -30 to 130 therefore: -30 < temp in celcius < 130 but it wants an inequality that works for the fahrenheight range. they give you: C = (5/9)(F − 32) so you can plug this in for Celcius temperature to get -30 < (5/9)(F − 32) < 130 solve for F

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