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1. A patient has a temperature of 100.5 oF. Convert this temperature to centigrade.
the formula is C/5=(F-32)/9
So C=(5/9)*(F-32 )=(5/9)*(100.5-32)= 38.05556 deg C
2. A patient has a temperature of 37.25 oC. Convert this temperature to Fahrenheit.
The formula is C=(5/9)*(F-32 ) so (9/5)*C+32 =F
So (9/5)*(37.25)+32 =F
Or F =99.05 deg F
3. Convert 225 Kcal to joules.
Now 1cal = 4.184 Joule
Using dimension analysis
1kcal =1000 cal =1000*4.184 J =4184 J...
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