# 1) Design a program that converts Celsius temperature to Fahrenheit...

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1) Design a program that converts Celsius temperature to Fahrenheit temperatures. The formula is as follows:
F=9/5C + 32

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Input data: the variable celsius_temp holds the value to convert (provided by userâ€™s input).
Output data: the variable fahrenheit_temp holds the result of the conversion from Celsius degrees.
Processing: the conversion was done using the provided formula: 9.0/5.0 * celsius_temp +32; this gives the result, namely the corresponding value of the temperature (expressed in Fahrenheit degrees). It was used 9.0/5.0 instead of 9/5 because the C++ compiler sees 9/5 as integer and it performs a typecast (that leads to erroneous result since the result is an integer division between 9 and 5 =1)....

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