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you work in materials testing lab and your boss tells you to increase the temperature of a sample by 40 degree centigrade. the only thermometer you can find at your workbench reads in farenheit. if the initial temperature of sample is 68.2 farenheit what is its temperature in farenheit when the desired temperature increase has been achieved

you work in materials testing lab and your boss tells you to increase the temperature of a sample by 40 degree centigrade. the only thermometer you can find at your workbench reads in farenheit. if the initial temperature of sample is 68.2 farenheit what is its temperature in farenheit when the desired temperature increase has been achieved

Grade:9

1 Answers

Shubham Deokar
12 Points
4 years ago
The formula for conversion from celsius to farenheit is  celsius=(farenheit-32)* 5/9     the formula for conversion from farenheit to celsius is     farenheit=celsius*9/5+32    so for the given question
the conversion of 40 degree centigrade to farenheit is 104 . The initial temperature is 68.2 farenheit when the temperature is increased by 40 degree celsius the final temperature in farenheit is     104+68.2=172.2 farenheit .
 

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