# Exercise 5

## temperature conversion table

Some people use an approximate formula for quickly converting Fahrenheit ($$F$$) to Celsius ($$C$$):

$$C \approx \hat{C} = (F-30)/2$$

Write a program that prints three columns: $$F$$, $$C$$ and the approximate value of $$\hat{C}$$. The table should print for values of $$F$$ from 0 to 100, in steps of 10 degrees, each to two decimal places.

Your program output should look like this:

Fahrenheit Celsius C
0.00  -17.78 -15.00
10.00  -12.22 -10.00
20.00   -6.67  -5.00
30.00   -1.11   0.00
40.00    4.44   5.00
50.00   10.00  10.00
60.00   15.56  15.00
70.00   21.11  20.00
80.00   26.67  25.00
90.00   32.22  30.00


Paul Gribble | fall 2014