## temperature

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Alexis Robles 2k
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### temperature

What was the conversion from kelvin to Fahrenheit? I know it is a simple equation but didn't have time to write it down.

Marty Hockey
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### Re: temperature

K = C + 273.15

Lauren Sanchez 3D
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### Re: temperature

Will questions regarding temperature be on the first test?

Jingyao Chen 4H
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### Re: temperature

I’m not a hundred percent sure if they will be on the test, but I feel like you should just try to learnt he conversions as early as possible :)
A lot of the future chemistry problems involve conversions, especially in thermodynamics.

Andrew Liang 1I
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### Re: temperature

K = C +273.15 -----> C = K - 273.15
F =(1.8)(C)+32
Kelvin to Fahrenheit = F = (1.8)(K - 273.15) + 32