\[\frac{9C}{5} + 32 = F\]

Above is the equation used for converting Celsius to Fahrenheit.

Below is an altered version which can be used to find a value of \(C\) which is equivalent to \(nC\) in degrees Fahrenheit.

\[\frac{9C}{5} + 32 = nC\]

There are infinitely many values of \(n\) which satisfy the equation. Find the value of \(n\) that doesn't.

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