# 91. Temperature Scales The relationship between the Fahrenheit (F) and Celsius (C) temperature scales is given by the equation F = }C + 32. (a) Complete the table to compare the two scales at the given values. (b) Find the temperature at which the scales agree. [Hint: Suppose that a is the temperature at which the scales agree. Set F = a and C = a. Then solve for a.] F - 30° - 20° - 10° 0° 50° 68° 86°

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Temperature Scales The relationship between the
Fahrenheit (F) and Celsius (C) temperature scales is given
by the equation F  9
5C  32.
(a) Complete the table to compare the two scales at the
given values.
(b) Find the temperature at which the scales agree.
[Hint: Suppose that a is the temperature at which
the scales agree. Set F  a and C  a. Then solve
for a.]

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91. Temperature Scales The relationship between the Fahrenheit (F) and Celsius (C) temperature scales is given by the equation F = }C + 32. (a) Complete the table to compare the two scales at the given values. (b) Find the temperature at which the scales agree. [Hint: Suppose that a is the temperature at which the scales agree. Set F = a and C = a. Then solve for a.] F - 30° - 20° - 10° 0° 50° 68° 86°