Instruction

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One degree Fahrenheit equals 1/180 part of the temperature difference between the boiling point of water and melting of ice. In order to convert a temperature from degrees Fahrenheit to

1. 0 degrees Fahrenheit -17,8 corresponds to degrees Celsius,

2. 32 degrees Fahrenheit correspond to 0 degrees Celsius

3. 212 degrees Fahrenheit degrees correspond to 100 degrees Celsius,

4. The body temperature of a healthy person is 36.6 degrees Celsius, or 98.2 Fahrenheit.

**degrees**Celsius of the Fahrenheit temperature, subtract 32, and the obtained value to divide by 1.8. C=(F-32) / 1,8. - Temperature Celsius F is the temperature in degrees Fahrenheit. Give some compliance.1. 0 degrees Fahrenheit -17,8 corresponds to degrees Celsius,

2. 32 degrees Fahrenheit correspond to 0 degrees Celsius

3. 212 degrees Fahrenheit degrees correspond to 100 degrees Celsius,

4. The body temperature of a healthy person is 36.6 degrees Celsius, or 98.2 Fahrenheit.

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In order to convert a temperature from degrees Fahrenheit to

**degrees**Kelvin, you must add to the temperature in Fahrenheit 459 and the resulting value divided by 1.8. K=(F ? 32) / 1,8. To ? temperature in Kelvin. It should be noted that zero degrees Kelvin is the temperature of absolute zero. Absolute zero Kelvin is the minimum temperature that can exist. This temperature corresponds to -271,15 degrees C or -459,67 degrees Fahrenheit.Note

The temperature of absolute zero. -459,67°. -273,15°. When translating Fahrenheit to Celsius from the original numbers subtract 32 and multiply by 5/9.

Useful advice

Absolute zero, the temperature at which a thermodynamic system has the lowest energy, 0 Kalinov (K). Celsius temperature of absolute zero corresponds to -273,15°C in Fahrenheit scale is -459.67°F. This temperature is the lowest theoretically achievable by the system. Gas at constant temperature reduction is less.