# Give the temperature on Fahrenheit scale which is numerically equal to and opposite of in Celsius scale.Show Full Procedure.

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by AcharyaVII

2015-08-06T17:23:55+05:30

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°F = (9*°C/5) + 32
a/q,
°F = -°C
now,
°C = -9*°C/5 + 32
°C+9*°C/5 = 32
14*°C/5 = 32
°C = 32*5/14 = 80/7
Therefore  °F = -80/7

Is it 11 3/7.....?
yes, -40 degree celsious = -40 degree fahrenhit.
Read the question. Does the question ask : * C = - * F?
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2015-08-06T17:27:37+05:30

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°F = (°C * 9/5) + 32
°C = (°F - 32) * 5/9
To find the temperature when both are equal, we use an old algebra trick and just set ºF = ºC and solve one of the equations.°C = (°C * 9/5) + 32
°C - (°C * 9/5) = 32
-4/5 * °C = 32
°C = -32 * 5/4
°C = -40
°F = (°F * 9/5) + 32
°F - (°F * 9/5) = 32
-4/5 * °F = 32
°F = -32 * 5/4
°F = -40
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