Fiona Chung

2023-03-22

The temperature of melting ice is______________$\xb0C$=________________$\xb0F$. A$0$ B$32$

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Beginner2023-03-23Added 6 answers

1)We are aware of the ice's melting point in Celsius, $C=0\xb0C$

2)Suppose F is the Fahrenheit scale temperature.

3)We also know that, $C=$$\frac{5}{9}$$\left(F-32\right)$

$0=\frac{5}{9}\left(F-32\right)$

$F=32\xb0F$

Therefore, the melting point of ice on the Fahrenheit scale is $32\xb0F$ and on the Celsius scale is$0\xb0C$.

2)Suppose F is the Fahrenheit scale temperature.

3)We also know that, $C=$$\frac{5}{9}$$\left(F-32\right)$

$0=\frac{5}{9}\left(F-32\right)$

$F=32\xb0F$

Therefore, the melting point of ice on the Fahrenheit scale is $32\xb0F$ and on the Celsius scale is$0\xb0C$.

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