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Current Attempt in Progress The graph of Fahrenheit temperature,

`\deg F`

, as a function of Celsius temperature,

`\deg C`

, is a line. You know that

`212\deg F`

and

`100\deg C`

both represent the temperature at which water boils. Similarly,

`32\deg F`

and

`0\deg C`

both represent water's freezing point. (a) What is the slope of the graph? The slope of the graph is (b) What is the equation of the line?

`\deg F=`

`?`

`(\deg C)+`

`?`

(c) What is the temperature in Fahrenheit if the temperature is

`24\deg C`

?

`?`

`\deg F`

. (d) What temperature is the same number of degrees in both Celsius and Fahrenheit? The temperature

`?`

`\deg C`

is the same number of degrees in both Celsius and Fahrenheit.