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Which has the larger value C or F?

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A temperature change by one degree on Celsius scale equals temperature change of 1.8 degree on Fahrenheit scale

or F (Fahrenheit) = 1.8 C (Celsius) + 32

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Subtract 32 from the Fahrenheit value, then divide by 1.8. Thus 86 F, subtract 32 to get 54, divide by 1.8 to get 30 C. 32 F = 0 C (freezing point of water). So if below freezing you will get a negative number for the C value. 0 F = -17.8 C. If you are below 0 F, then you have to add the negative F value to -32 before dividing by 1.8, the result is a negative C value. Thus for -20 F, add to -32 to get -52, divide by 1.8 to get - 28.9 C. The scales coincide at -40, that is -40 F = -40 C, as you should be able to verify now.

The temperature is about 11.4 &deg;F which is about the same as -11.4 &deg;C.(11&deg;F = - 11.67&deg;C)You can solve by using the conversion formula&deg;F = (9/5 &deg;C) +32 and set &deg;F to (-C)-C = 1.8 C + 32-C - 1.8 C = 32-2.8 C = 32C = -11.4 then F = -C and F ~ 11.4The actual value is exactly 11 3/7 degrees F (equals -11 3/7 degrees C)(9/5 x 80/7) - 32 = (720 - 1120)/35 = - 400/35 = - 80/7

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23.8&deg;C = 74.8&deg;F23.8&deg;C multiplied by 1.8 +32 = 74.8&deg;F

The formula, for any value is C = 5/9*(F - 32). Let F = -40 and solve for C.

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A variable is a symbol that stands for a value that may vary. It only changes if you edit a value of something else For example, in the formula "=CONVERT(A2,"C","F")" (Convert cell "A2" from degrees Celsius to Fahrenheit), "C" and "F" are variables with specific meanings. As second variable could also be "C" or "F", it's value varies.

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