Fahrenheit 2

Fahrenheit temperature is found by dividing the degree Celsius by 5/9 and then adding 32 to the quotient. Find the Fahrenheit temperature if the degree of Celsius is 40.

Correct answer:

F =  104 °F

Step-by-step explanation:

C=40 °C  F=C/95+32=40/95+32=104°F

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