Kelvin-Degrees Conversion Watch

Fluorine
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I think i'm asking a really silly question but
if 0 degrees= 273K does 364K=91 degrees?

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yes (as long as it is degrees centigrade you are talking about).
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Yup, that's right. (You just add 273 to the temp in degrees celsius, to get it in kelvin)
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[℃] = [k] − 273.15

[k] = [℃] + 273.15

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(Original post by ChemistBoy)
yes (as long as it is degrees centigrade you are talking about).
yeah degrees centigrade

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