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mathsyperson is correct.....neat work....
Yeah, bit of a far out marketing concept, hey?
Woah......what's Mr. Potato head doing on front of a box of chips?
1 degree Fahrenheit = 255.927778 Kelvin
We know that at -40 degrees, degree centigrade is equal to degree Fahrenheit.
Oh yeah, mathsyperson, it was good until you supersized it! LOL
[ Insert cruel and sadistic, yet sharply witty, comment here to annoy Rora to the full. ]
I feel really stupid now. I didn't read the question properly at all!
Please visit my 'Lots of Jokes' page....
Nooooooo! Please share them! Spread the joy!
Well, the answer is 14.
You can still have a go, Rora, just time yourself.
I wish I got here quicker......
MathsIsFun may have run out of time, but he did show everyone an important pattern.