Solve problem: Convert the following degree Celsius temperature to degree Fahrenheit. 30 °C - Chemistry

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Solve problem:

Convert the following degree Celsius temperature to degree Fahrenheit.

30 °C

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Solution

Given: Temperature in degree Celsius = 30 °C

To find: Temperature in degree Fahrenheit

Formula: °F = `9/5(°"C")+32`

Calculation: Substituting 30 °C in the formula,

°F = `9/5(°"C")+32`

= `9/5(30)+32`

= 54 + 32

= 86 °F

The temperature 30 °C corresponds to 86 °F.

Concept: Properties of Matter and Their Measurement
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Chapter 1: Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry - Exercises [Page 12]

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Balbharati Chemistry 11th Standard Maharashtra State Board
Chapter 1 Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry
Exercises | Q 4. (H)(b) | Page 12

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