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Re: 4 degrees

Irisborer@aol.com wrote:

> In other words - in centigrade, 4 degrees is waaaaaaay below 'zero'

Chris writes:
Have to correct the above. 4 degrees C is approx equal to 38 degrees F.
On the temperature scale we use in Canada (Celsius) the freezing point
of water is 0 C which is equal to 32 F. 
Thus approx equivalents are as follows:
0C equals 32F
5C equals 40F
10C equals 50F
20C equals 68F
30C equals 86F
100C equals 212F - boiling point of water
Christopher Hollinshead
Mississauga, Ontario  Canada  zone6b
AIS Region 16
Director, Canadian Iris Society
Newsletter Editor, Canadian Iris Society
e-mail: cris@netcom.ca

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