anonymous
  • anonymous
The relationship between Kevin (k) and Celsius ( C ) temperatures is k= 273+ c make a table of Kelvin temperatures for Celsius temperatures of 0 degrees , 20 degrees, 40 degrees, 80 degrees, and 120 degrees plz help
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anonymous
  • anonymous
So you know that to convert from Kelvin to degrees Celsius, you use the following equation: K = 273 + C, where K is your temperature in Kelvin, and C is your temperature in Celsius. So, simply sub in C = 0 and solve for K, then C = 20 and solve for K, and so on.
anonymous
  • anonymous
For your reference, 273.15K is more accurate, from what I have learned.
anonymous
  • anonymous
This new scale (ie. Kelvin) is different from Celsius in that there are no negative values for Kelvin. The lowest you can get is 0K, which is -273 Celsius, according to your equation.

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AccessDenied
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|dw:1333597305027:dw| table, pretty much a 'use c=... in the equation and evaluate, fill in corresponding k value"
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Thank you AccessDenied, you will get one too.

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