### Instructions

Develop a Python program to convert a temperature in Celsius to Fahrenheit, and then display the temperature in Celsius and the temperature in Fahrenheit.

**Input:**

- A temperature in Celsius, entered at the keyboard.

**Example:**

- Enter a temperature in Celsius: 0

**Process:**

- Set up the formula to do the conversion

**Output:**

- Display the temperature in Celsius and the temperature in Fahrenheit.

**Example:**

- The temperature in Celsius is 0.
- Once converted to Fahrenheit, the temperature is 32.

**Temperature in degrees Fahrenheit (°F) = (Temperature in degrees Celsius (°C) * 9/5) + 32.**

The Lab Zero.pdf

(Problem #9) provides the formula needed to do the conversion.

### Requirements

- Use repl.it to create your solution (in Python).
- Submit your repl.it program link with all appropriate comments for your program.
- You need to set up a Python solution that is complete and workable.

**For your solution to be complete, you must:**

- prompt the user for the input data (a temperature in Celsius)
- set up a correct formula to process the input data, arriving at the output data
- provide the output (the temperature in Celsius and the temperature in Fahrenheit).

**For your solution to be workable:**

- Your solution should be free of any type of errors (syntax, run-time, logic)
- You may want to develop an algorithm first, using pseudocode or flowchart
- You do NOT need to turn in any algorithm

**Instructions on documenting your solutions:**

- Prior to the start of your solution, include a paragraph of Python comment lines, explaining what is being accomplished. (3 points)

The material in Chapter 2 includes information on how to do program documentation. Within your solution, include the following 3 sections:

**Input Data:**document variables used to hold input data (2 points)**Output Data:**document variables used to hold output data (2 points)**Processing:**document the formulas/equations you set up as part of your processing (2 points)

**Grading Rubric:**

Documentation |
9 points |

Solution complete and working properly |
16 points |

Solution not working (programming errors) |
8 points |

Inputting not done according to the specifications |
-3 points |

Missing input item |
-4 points |

Missing output item |
-4 points |

Processing is done incorrectly |
-4 points |

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