1/16 convert to engineering scale, 1 divided by 16 = 0.0625" 0.0625" (architectural) divided by (12 in/feet) (to convert to engineering scale) = 0.0052" in engineering scale
Convert 240 k to the celsius scale
You may have an astigmatism.
it's MINUS 182.5
Wt is the formula to convert cgpa to percentage in 10 point scale
3.7 GPA to 5.0 scale
461.67 R to convert from celcius scale: 0R = (0C + 273.15) x 9/5 to convert from Fahrenheit scale: 0R = 0F + 459.67
There is no specific name for the range.
Minus 273.15 degrees Celsius.
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That is called absolute zero; temperature can't go below that. At absolute zero, matter has the least possible amount of thermal energy. To convert to the common scale, just subtract 273: 0 degrees Kelvin is minus 273 degrees Celsius (Centigrade).
The answer is -186.15 C (approx.). The Kelvin scale starts at absolute zero and is used in scientific laboratories. Celsius is for general use and set 0 and 100 as melting and boiling point of water respectively. To convert from K to C, subtract 273.15 from K.Subtract Kelvin minus 273.15 to convert to Celsius.
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How do you convert a 6.0 GPA scale to 4.0 GPA
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You dont. Minimum C is about maximum B. And the indentation is different. Even if you could convert it, the results would not be accurate.
To convert any temperature to the kelvin scale, when its in oC add on 273. so in answer to your question, -146oC = 127K
It is a B- (B minus)
Yes - at minus 40 degrees (either scale).