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Old 03-09-2012, 12:08 PM   #11
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Andy M posted his bagel recipe somewhere around these here parts.
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Andy M posted his bagel recipe somewhere around these here parts.
If Andy posted it, it's a trusted and true recipe, garunteed.

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If Andy posted it, it's a trusted and true recipe, garunteed.

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Having a little trouble converting the degrees celcius to Fahrenheit. I know. I'm being petty. But I'm a long time out of school. I can convert the rest of it pretty much but I don't want to mess that part up.
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Having a little trouble converting the degrees celcius to Fahrenheit. I know. I'm being petty. But I'm a long time out of school. I can convert the rest of it pretty much but I don't want to mess that part up.
400'F = 204.44'C or about 204'C.

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Having a little trouble converting the degrees celcius to Fahrenheit. I know. I'm being petty. But I'm a long time out of school. I can convert the rest of it pretty much but I don't want to mess that part up.
Just use Google, type in "xxx degrees Celsius in degrees Fahrenheit."

For example, "100 degrees Celsius in degrees Fahrenheit"or even better (and quicker) if you can't spell them fancy names, "100 degrees c in degrees f" (both reply 212 degrees as expected). And of course it works the opposite direction. Or any other measures.

You can convert ounces into grams or liters into quarts or practically anything you want. Even "10 furlongs per fortnight in mph" (10 furlongs per fortnight = 0.0037202381 mph).

Just Google any measure "in" any other measure and if the conversion makes sense you'll probably get an answer.
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