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12-11-2004 01:44 PM  13 years agoPost 1
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Your chemistry teacher asks you to convert temperatures from one system of measurement to another. These are new systems for determining temperatures, so, the classic conversions from Centigrade, Fahrenheit, and Kelvin don't apply.
You are told that 14 degrees in the first system is equal to 36 degrees in the second system. You also know that 133 degrees in the first system is equal to 87 degrees in the second.
What is the method or formula for converting one system to the other?
At what temp will both thermometers read the same?

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12-11-2004 03:25 PM  13 years agoPost 2
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The equation is:

temp2=.4286(temp1)+30

The temperature scales are equal at about 52.5 degrees.

Is this how you get your homework done?

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12-11-2004 05:13 PM  13 years agoPost 3
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Is this how you get your homework done?
SSSSHHHHHHHHHHHHH! Come on, man.....

......How the heck am I going to pass, now?

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12-12-2004 06:23 AM  13 years agoPost 4
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how did u figure out the formula ?

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