Q: Which measures a bigger heat change 1c or 1f?

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1C = 28

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The original cost is c, so we have: c + 35%(c) = 670 Change the percent to a decimal. ANd plain c is 1c, so we have: 1c + .35c = 670 --> 1.35c = 670 Divide both sides by 1.35

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