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It's Getting Hot in Here!

This week, Ahmedabad experienced a little pre-summer heatwave. It went a little something like this:
  • Monday, March 15th--high of 37ºC
  • Tuesday, March 16th--high of 38ºC
  • Wednesday, March 17th--high of 38ºC
  • Thursday, March 18th--high of 40ºC
  • Friday, March 19th--high of 41ºC
  • Saturday, March 20th--high of 41ºC
The formula to convert Celsius to Fahrenheit is as follows: ºF=(ºC+32)*9/5

You tell ME how hot it got in here! Perhaps, as incentive to participate, if you get ALL the correct answers, I'll send you a little prize (just leave your answers in the comments).

I would also like to add, Steve and I did NOT turn on the air-conditioner ONCE during this heatwave (which is still going strong, and supposed to last until Monday or Tuesday). That makes us troopers. And yes, I would like some sort of prize for my trooper-ness. 
2 comments:

the first one is 99 degrees
the next two are 100 degrees
the one after that is 104 degrees
and the last two are 106 degrees

Annnnd i'm a big cheater pants as i found a calculator online. HEE HEE HEE!

Either way I'm staying here in my happy go lucky 70 degrees.

100 degrees. I'd be a puddle on the ground crying. Particularly if there's humidity.


Here are the conversions, I think, for anyone wondering...
37C = 98.6F
38C = 100.4F
40C = 104F
41C = 105.8

Melissa


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