Problem: Methane, CH4, boils at -162°C What is the boiling point of methane in °F?a. - 323 °Fb. - 58 °Fc. - 108 °Fd. -464 °Fe. - 260 °F 

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°F = 1.8(°C) + 32

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Methane, CH4, boils at -162°C What is the boiling point of methane in °F?

a. - 323 °F

b. - 58 °F

c. - 108 °F

d. -464 °F

e. - 260 °F 

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