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Chapter 13, Problem 5

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(I) $(a) 15^{\circ}$ below zero on the Celsius scale is what Fahrenheit temperature? (b) $15^{\circ}$ below zero on the Fahrenheit scale is what Celsius temperature?

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(I) $(a) 15^{\circ}$ below ze…

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on the first item off this question, we have to convert minus 15 degrees Celsius degrees Fahrenheit. We can do that by using this equation. So this equation tells us that the temperature in degrees far in hot is given by nine. Divided by five finds a temperature in degrees Celsius minus 15 plus 32. Then we can simply 5 15 with five by dividing both by five. So we’re left with treat and one and then we have the temperature in degrees Fahrenheit. Being given by minus three times nine is 27 plus 32 and this is equals two plus five. So minus…