The other day, Mack was preparing a table consisting of integer Fahrenheit temperatures (F) which yields integer Celsius (C) equivalent upon conversion.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

He noted that F= 527 gave the corresponding C value as 275 and realized that, he could have simply moved the first digit in F to the end to obtain C.

Mack has since been trying in vain to find the next larger F value with this property.

Do the next larger F exist, and if so, what is that value?

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# An Integer Temperature Puzzle

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