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# Solved: What temperature on the Celsius scale is equal to twice its value when expressed ISBN: 9780321910295 34

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Problem 112P

What temperature on the Celsius scale is equal to twice its value when expressed on the Fahrenheit scale?

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Solution 112P

Here, we are going to find the temperature on the Celsius scale which is equal to twice its value when expressed on the Fahrenheit scale.

Step 1:

Fahrenheit(oF), Kelvin(K) and degree Celsius(oC) are the three common units of temperature.

The relationship between the three scales of temperature is given below:

C/5  =  (F-32)/9 = (K-273)/5                ------(1)

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