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Suppose that a new temperature scale has been devised on which the melting point of some compound (−104.0°C) and the boiling point of the same compound (80.0°C) are taken as 0°S and 100°S, respectively, where S is the symbol for the new temperature scale. Derive an equation relating a reading on this scale to a reading on the Celsius scale. What would this thermometer read at 32.4°C?

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Consider the equation S = aC+b here, S denotes new temperatu...

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