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One degree centigrade equals how many degrees Fahrenheit ? (Express the ratio as a common fraction. ) 108. When the Fahrenheit thermometer reads 90, what is the temperature in degrees centigrade ? (See Question 107. ) 109. When the Fahrenheit thermometer indicates ten degrees below zero, what is the centigrade reading ?
110. The temperature + 50 C. (centigrade) corresponds to what point 011 the absolute scale ? (See Art. 140. ) 111. A volume of gas at 0C. Is 1 1. ; at what temperature will it e
...xpand to 2 1. If the pressure be maintained con- stant ?
112. A liter of gas at 0C. Is heated to 100 C. How much must the pressure be increased to restore it to its original volume ?
MECHANICS 15 CHAPTER XVII 113. Why are the temperatures of the hot and cold water in Experiment 37 taken equally above and below that of the room ?
114. If 10 g. Of water at 50 C. Be mixed with 100 g. Of water at 10 C. , what will the final temperature be ?
115. If 100 g. Of water at 50 C. Be mixed with 100 g. Of another liquid (not water) at 10, and the final temperature be 40, what is the thermal capacity of the liquid compared with that of water ?

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