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LavoniaDutka
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Please help me with this question

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GertrudisStowman260

Hi Armere, So you're basically given all the information you need, you just need to put it together.  So we're told that to get from °C to °F, we first take the temperature in °C, then multiply it by 1.8, then add 32 to that number.   We can rewrite that information like this: ⇒ °F = [(°C) × (1.8)] + 32, where you do all the math in the brackets first, then apply 32. For the second part of the problem, we're asked to find the °F when °C is equal to 25°.  We can now apply this information to the expression we wrote so we now have ⇒ °F = [(25°) × (1.8)] +32 Now we just do the math: ⇒ °F = [(25°) × (1.8)] +32 ⇒ °F = [45°] + 32 ⇒ °F = ___ -Hope this helps!

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