## General Chemistry: Principles and Modern Applications (10th Edition)

The equivalent Fahrenheit temperatures are 14$^{\circ}$F and 122$^{\circ}$F
T ($^{\circ}$F) = $\frac{9}{5}$ * T($^{\circ}$C) + 32 T ($^{\circ}$F) at -10$^{\circ}$C T ($^{\circ}$F) = $\frac{9}{5}$ * -10 + 32 T ($^{\circ}$F) = -18 + 32 T ($^{\circ}$F) = 14 T ($^{\circ}$F) at 50$^{\circ}$C T ($^{\circ}$F) = $\frac{9}{5}$ * 50 + 32 T ($^{\circ}$F) = 90 + 32 T ($^{\circ}$F) = 122 So the equivalent Fahrenheit temperatures are 14$^{\circ}$F and 122$^{\circ}$F