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Temp Conversion &amp; Density

Temp Conversion &amp; Density - Temperature Conversion...

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Temperature Conversion and Density Slope-intercept form of the linear equation for °F & °C temperature conversion: Slope = m = y/ x = rise/run = y Δ Δ 2 -y 1 /x 2 -x 1 = (212-32°F)/(100-0°C) = 180°F / 100°C = 9°F / 5°C = 1.8 °F/°C Solve the T F equation for T C : Subtract 32°F from both sides of the equation: T F - 32°F = 9/5 (T C ) Now remove the 9/5 by multiplying both sides by 5/9 (5°C/9°F)(T F - 32°F) = T C So, you don’t need to memorize a temperature conversion equation, as long as you know that water melts at 0°C (= 32°F) and water boils at 100°C (= 212°F)

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Using Temp. Conversion Equation < -- 15°F
Temperature Scales Slope-intercept form of the linear equation for °F & °C temperature conversion: T R = (1°R/1°F) T F + 459.67 T K = (1°C/1°K) T C + 273.15

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both read the same value. - 40 °C = - 40 °F is a typical Winter night temperature near Hudson’s Bay, Canada. It doesn’t matter whether you read
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