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diannemarieee

  • 5 months ago

The formula K equals C plus two hundred seventy-three shows how to estimate the temperature K measured in degrees Kelvin (°K) when you know the temperature C measured in degrees Celsius (°C). If room temperature is 295°K, what is room temperature in °C?

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  1. D3xt3R
    • 5 months ago
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    \[K=C+273\]Replace the value of K by 295 and solve it for C\[295=C+273\]

  2. nezzy
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    295 = c + 273 c = 295 - 273 c = 22

  3. diannemarieee
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    postive or negative 22

  4. nezzy
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    positive

  5. diannemarieee
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    okay thank you guys so much

  6. nezzy
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    your welcome

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