How Hot Is That?
is hotter – a blistering 43°C in the Arizona desert or a dazzling 110°F in
convert from Centigrade to Fahrenheit temperatures using the exact, but awkward,
the quick, but approximate, formula F = 2C + 30
What we want
to know is:
Does the quick formulae ever give exactly the right answer?
For what range of Centigrade temperatures does the quick formula give an
answer that’s within 5°F of the correct value?
Is the quick formula good enough for our British climate?
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