# Fahrenheit and Celsius

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7. The formula C=5/9 (F-32) , where F is equal to or more than -459.6, represents Celsius temperature C as a function of Fahrenheit temperature F.

(a) Find the inverse function of C.

(b) What does the inverse function represent?

(c) What is the domain of the inverse function? Validate or explain your answer using the context of the problem.

(d) The temperature is 22 degrees Celsius. What is the corresponding temperature in degrees Fahrenheit?

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(a) To find the inverse, we need to solve for F. As C=5/9 (F-32), then F=9/5C + 32

(b) The inverse function represents ...

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