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How to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius How to convert Celsius to Fahrenheit
You will see an example on the screen and your task is to follow that example step by step. They try some on your own!
Think of a temperature in Fahrenheit Add 40 to that number
Multiply the new number by.55555 Subtract 40 There’s your answer!
Think of a temperature in Celsius Add 40 to that number
Multiply the new number by 1.8 Subtract 40 There’s your answer!
Example: 0*C = ?*F Step 1: 0* + 40 = 40 Step 2: 40 x 1.8 = 72 Step 3: 72 – 40 = 32*F
80*F = ?*C A. 27*F B. 34*C C. 27*C D. 34*F
C. 27*C NEXT!
What season is most likely occurring in Question 1? A. Spring B. Summer C. Fall D. Winter
B. Summer NEXT!
50*C = ?*F A. 122*F B. 80*F C. 50*F D. 37*F
NEXT! A. 122*F
15*F = ?*C A. 12*C B. 15*C C. 9*C D. -9*C
NEXT! D. -9*C
What season is most likely occurring in Question 4? A. Spring B. Summer C. Fall D. Winter
NEXT! D. Winter
You have completed the pop quiz and are now finished with this lesson!
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