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Question 4.22: A chemist measures the temperature of a solution in °C. The ...

A chemist measures the temperature of a solution in °C. The measurement is denoted C and is normally distributed with mean 40°C and standard deviation 1°C. The measurement is converted to op by the equation F = 1.8C + 32. What is the distribution of F?

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