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Old 01-12-2015, 04:58 PM
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I got the question from a book, "Is That A Fact". It was written by a man who answered difficult questions on the radio for many years. This was one question he couldn't answer.

But your link was helpful. The second response (to Lynn) used the Kelvin scale, got the answer, and then converted it back to -136.58 Celsius.


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Yes, thanks for the link, now I know what he looks like. I haven't read very much yet, I'm on the second chapter. I had never heard of him before; I just happened to notice this book in the library.
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Suppose you live in one of the coldest areas on Earth and the weather man says, "it's zero degrees today and will be twice as cold tomorrow." What will the temperature be tomorrow?
I know you got the answer out of a book and I should be asking the guy who wrote the book. But only given the information provided I don't see how my answer is wrong. It might not be the only answer since the question was subject to interpretation.


0F = -17.778C do you agree this is true?
2 x -17.778 = -35.556 do you agree twice as cold would mean two times [2x] as cold?
-35.556C = -32.001F do you agree this is true?
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