A) He knows that the temperature in degrees Fahrenheit,

I) Find a formula for

Input units:

Output units:

II) Evaluate and interpret

** A. ** It is the temperature in degrees Fahrenheit when the temperature is 33 degrees Celsius.** B. ** It is the temperature in degrees Celsius when the temperature is 33 degrees Fahrenheit.** C. ** It means it's 33 degrees Fahrenheit.** D. ** It means it's 33 degrees Celsius.

** A. ** It is the temperature in degrees Fahrenheit when the temperature is 33 degrees Celsius.** B. ** It is the temperature in degrees Celsius when the temperature is 33 degrees Fahrenheit.** C. ** It means it's 33 degrees Fahrenheit.** D. ** It means it's 33 degrees Celsius.

B) Schuyler also always needs to keep the currency exchange rate in mind:

I) Find a formula for

Input units:

Output units:

II) Evaluate and interpret

** A. ** It is the value of 60 Danish krones in US dollars.** B. ** It is the value of 60 US dollars in Danish krones.** C. ** It means Schuyler has 60 US dollars.** D. ** It means Schuyler has 60 Danish krones.

** A. ** It is the value of 100 Danish krones in US dollars.** B. ** It is the value of 100 US dollars in Danish krones.** C. ** It means Schuyler has 100 US dollars.** D. ** It means Schuyler has 100 Danish krones.

C) Suppose the monthly cost in Danish krones of heating Schuyler's apartment to

** A. ** It is the cost to heat Schuyler's apartment to 70 degrees Fahrenheit in Danish krones.** B. ** It is the cost to heat Schuyler's apartment to 70 degrees Fahrenheit in US dollars.** C. ** It is the cost to heat Schuyler's apartment to 70 degrees Celsius in US dollars.** D. ** It is the cost to heat Schuyler's apartment to 70 degrees Celsius in Danish krones.