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Course: VAB 5016, Fall 2009
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For Request A New Application Date Submitted: 4/13/06 Submitted by: Vicki Blystone Purpose: The radio disc jockeys will be able to quickly convert F temperatures to Celsius for morning weather updates. Application Algorithms: Title: Temperature Conversion Program will convert farenheit teperatures into degrees celcius. Notes: Approvals Approval Status: Approved By: Date: Assigned To: Approved Rejected

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