MathematicsThe linear equation that converts Fahrenheit (F) to Celsius (C), is given by the relation C= 5F−160 9  . If the temperature is 0 ° C   and 0 ° F  , then what is the temperature in Fahrenheit and in Celsius respectively?

The linear equation that converts Fahrenheit (F) to Celsius (C), is given by the relation C= 5F160 9  . If the temperature is 0 ° C   and 0 ° F  , then what is the temperature in Fahrenheit and


in Celsius respectively?


  1. A
    32 F , 160 9 C  
  2. B
    160 9 F ,32 C  
  3. C
    160 F ,32 C  
  4. D
    32 F ,160 C   

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    Solution:

    Given C= 5F160 9  .
    Substitute C=0 C  in C= 5F160 9  .
    Substitute F=0 F  in C= 5F160 9     C = 5(0)160 9 C = 0160 9 C = 160 9 C  
    Therefore, if C=0 C   then F=32 F   and F=0 F    then C= 160 9 C  .
    Hence, option (1) is correct.
     
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