64(b) Find the chirping rate to be expected at 14.0 degrees Celsius. Compare the result with the rule that the Fahrenheit temperature equals 40 plus the number of cricket chirps in 15 seconds.
This is either evidence that strange things happen when scientist people have too much free time, or that it's far time America finds a new temperature unit. I haven't quite decided.
(The answer, in case anyone was wondering, is about 80 chirps - or 60 degrees F.)