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Old 10-02-2008, 11:41 AM
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Default Re: automatic conversion of temps

I am not sure if this discussion is on the subject of conversion from Farenheit to Celcius. This is a very easy to remember three stage conversion procedure. You start with the degrees in Farenheit, say 846, then:

1. Subtract 32 (846-32=814)

2. Divide by 2 (814/2= 407)

3. Add 10% (407+40,7= 447,7 C)

It is actually a very accurate procedure.

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Old 10-09-2008, 01:57 AM
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Thanks Ken, CJ et al. - it's just that I was getting a bit lazy...
(too many distractions, what with fiddling with 3.5G packet bearer modems/mobiles for getting my Internet fix everywhere, landscaping around the oven, finishing the quarter-house, disowning some daughters, fending off brush turkeys and noisy friarbirds, etc....)

But I've downloaded Jim's software, and will try the Google link tomorrow. In the meantime I hereby pledge to faithfully insert conversions in brackets whenever posting - after all my dual-mode heat gun makes it easy!

Greetings to all from sunny if unusually cold Charlotte Bay,

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Old 10-09-2008, 09:23 AM
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Originally Posted by carioca View Post
I hereby pledge to faithfully insert conversions in brackets whenever posting
Sounds like a plan! I'll do the same.
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