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# QOTD # 10 The relationship between temperature C, in degrees

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QOTD # 10 The relationship between temperature C, in degrees [#permalink]  13 Sep 2016, 06:02
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The relationship between temperature C, in degrees Celsius, and temperature F, in degrees Fahrenheit, is given by the formula $$F=\frac{9}{5}C + 32$$ If a recipe calls for an oven temperature of 210 degrees Celsius, what is the oven temperature in degrees Fahrenheit?

A) 320
B) 350
C) 410
D) 420
E) 500

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Re: QOTD # 10 The relationship between temperature C, in degrees [#permalink]  13 Sep 2016, 06:05
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Explanation

You are given the relationship $$F=\frac{9}{5}C + 32$$ If the temperature is 210 degrees Celsius, then C = 210 and the temperature F, in degrees Fahrenheit, is $$\frac{9}{5} * 210 + 32$$ or $$410$$

Thus the correct answer is Choice C.
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