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Louie Roy BS: Celsius -Fahrenheit (51* d) BS: Celius -Fahrenheit 01 Apr 14


Above zero degrees it is easy to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius or Celsius to Fahrenheit but at zero degrees there is a difference. When it is 32 degrees above Fahrenheit it is zero degrees Celsius. My question to the mudcatters if it is -40 degrees Fahrenheit do you add 32degrees to - 40 to get the correct reading for Celsius which then will be -72 degrees below zero


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