How do you convert temperature in kelvins to Fahrenheit?
K to F Formula: F = (K x 9/5) - 459.67
K is the abbreviation for Kelvin, a unit of temperature. It's more or less the unit used for scientific purposes and not commercial use (usually the US weather reports are in Fahrenheit degrees and not Kelvins). To convert from Celsius to Kelvins: [K] = [°C] + 273.15 To convert from Fahrenheit to Kelvins: [K] = ([°F] + 459.67) × 5⁄9
To convert a temperature from Celsius to Kelvins, just add 273. Fahrenheit to Kelvins is a bit trickier. Subtract 32 for the temperature in Fahrenheit, then multiply by 5/9. This will give you the temperature in Celsius, which you can then convert to Kelvin by adding 273. There are many Internet resources that allow for quick conversion. I would recommend going to wolframalpha.com.
What is the temperature in kelvins and Fahrenheit of a piece of dry ice when it is negative one hundred degrees Celsius?
To convert a Fahrenheit temperature to Kelvins, you must follow two steps: 1. Convert the Fahrenheit temp to degrees Celcius. 2. Convert the Celsius temp to Kelvins. Example: Convert 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit to Kelvins. 1. C = [(F-32) x 5/9] = [(98.6-32)] x 5/9 = 37 degrees C 2. K = C + 273.15 = 37 + 273.15 = 310K * * The answer is written as a whole number because when adding or subtracting…