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You have the Celsius Scale characterized by
Freezing Point of water :0 deg C
Boiling point of water : 100 deg C

The Fahrenheit Scale characterized by
Freezing Point of water :32 deg F
Boiling point of water : 212 deg F

If F is the value of a temperature on the Fahrenheit scale, the corresponding temperature on the Celsius scale is given by
C= (5/9)*(F-32)
If C is the value of a temperature on the Celsius scale, the corresponding temperature on the Fahrenheit scale is given by
F= 32 +(9/5)* C

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