   Chapter 3, Problem 18FQ

Chapter
Section
Textbook Problem

When it is 70°F, what is the temperature in Celsius degrees? To determine

The corresponding value of 70F in degree Celsius.

Explanation

From the figure given in the question, it can be clearly found that 70 on the Fahrenheit scale thermometer is equal to nearly 21 on the Celsius scale.

The above answer can also be calculated using the formula as follows:

0F=32C.

The formula to convert degree Fahrenheit to degree Celsius is given as follows:

T(C)= (T(F)32) × 59

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