unitary method, Algebra

What are the pre conditions to applying unitary method to a given problem? e.g. We know that 37 degrees celsius is equal to 98.6 degrees fahrenheit, but 1 degrees celsius is not equal to 98.6/37 degreees fahrenheit. So unitary method fails here!
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