Problem: The average daytime temperatures on the earth and Jupiter are 72°F and 313 K, respectively. Calculate the difference in temperature, in °C, between these two planets.

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The average daytime temperatures on the earth and Jupiter are 72°F and 313 K, respectively. Calculate the difference in temperature, in °C, between these two planets.

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