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The other day, the noon temperature (measured in degrees Celsius) in Johannesburg was exactly three times the temperature in Harare.

If we know the noon temperature in Johanneburg, how would we calculate the temperature in Harare?
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We multiply Johannesburg temperature by 3 to get Harare temperature.
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