Problem: Be sure to answer all parts.If a temperature scale were based on the freezing point (5.5°C) and boiling point (80.1°C) of benzene and the temperature difference between these points was divided into 90 units (railed °X), what would be the freezing and boiling points of water in °X? Freezing point of water = Boiling point of water = 

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Be sure to answer all parts.

If a temperature scale were based on the freezing point (5.5°C) and boiling point (80.1°C) of benzene and the temperature difference between these points was divided into 90 units (railed °X), what would be the freezing and boiling points of water in °X? 

Freezing point of water = 

Boiling point of water = 

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