# SOLUTION: Temperature on the Fahrengeit scale is a linear function of temperature on the Celsius scale. Ten degrees Celsius equals 50 degrees Fahrenheit, and 25 degrees Celsius equals 77 deg

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Linear-systems Question 182813This question is from textbook All-in-one Student workbook : Temperature on the Fahrengeit scale is a linear function of temperature on the Celsius scale. Ten degrees Celsius equals 50 degrees Fahrenheit, and 25 degrees Celsius equals 77 degrees Fahrenheit.This question is from textbook All-in-one Student workbook Answer by Alan3354(30993)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Temperature on the Fahrengeit scale is a linear function of temperature on the Celsius scale. Ten degrees Celsius equals 50 degrees Fahrenheit, and 25 degrees Celsius equals 77 degrees Fahrenheit. ------------------------- That's true. Do you have a question?