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20 degrees Celsius is 93.6 degrees Fahrenheit

30 degrees Celsius is 111.6 degrees Fahrenheit

40 degrees Celsius is 129.6 degrees Fahrenheit

111.6-93.6=18

129.6-111.6=18

So an increase of 10 on the Celsius scale is equal to an increase of 18 on the Fahrenheit scale.

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