Assignment: #tempconverter Due: 02/23/02019 Points: 3

### Specification

Using the `cerr` object, prompt the user to enter a temperature in °F (i.e. Fahrenheit).

```   enter degree Fahrenheit temperature (integer only):
```

Define a variable named tempF of type `int`.

Using the `cin` object, copy the user input to the tempF variable

Define two variables of type `double` named tempC and tempK.

Convert the user entered °F value to Celsius and Kelvin storing the results in their respective variables. The following conversion formulas need to be converted to C++.

```   °C = (°F - 32) * 5/9
K = (°F + 459.67) * 5/9
```

Divide the user entered °F value by 2.718. Assume the quotient is °C and convert it to °F.

Multiply the user entered °F value by 1.618. Assume the product is Kelvin and convert it to °F.

If the user input is 72, then the output of your program should look as follows.

```   72 degree Fahrenheit in degree Celsius is 22.2222
72 degree Fahrenheit in Kelvin is 295.372
26.4901 degree Celsius in degree Fahrenheit is 79.6821
116.496 Kelvin in degree Fahrenheit is -249.977
```