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# One degree Celsius indicates the same temperature change as A. one degree Fahrenheit B. one degree kelvin C. 59 degree Fahrenheit or D. 95 kelvin?

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A change of one degree Celsius indicates the same temperature change as a change of (B) one Kelvin. (Isn't it easier to say that Kelvins are the same size as Celsius degrees ?)

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## Related Questions To calculate Fahrenheit to Celsius, you take the temperature in Fahrenheit and multiply it by 0.8. Using the answer of that number, subtract 32 from it. That is your temperature in Celsius. To change that temperature back to Fahrenheit, you would add 32 to your Celsius temperature. After getting that answer, you divide it by 0.8 and Voisl&aacute;, you're back at your temperature in Fahrenheit. One degree Celsius indicates the same temperature change as one kelvin. I need to know how to change the temperature gauge from Celsius to Fahrenheit on a 2012 Buick LaCrosse One degrees Celsius indicates the same temperature change as one Kelvin. The Celsius and Kelvin temperature scales have the same degree spacing. -- 1 kelvin -- 1.8 Fahrenheit degrees -- 1.8 Rankine degrees It is important to know how to change Fahrenheit to Celsius. A 10 degree temperature change on the Fahrenheit scale would be equivalent to a 6 degree change on the Celsius scale. 20 degrees Celsius is 68 degrees Fahrenheit. 45 degrees Celsius is 113 degrees Fahrenheit. So 25 degrees change Celsius = 25 x 1.8 = 45 degrees Fahrenheit. 1 degree change in Celsius is equivalent to 1.8 degrees change in Fahrenheit. Scroll down to related links and look at "Conversion of Temperature Units".  You can easily convert Celsius to Fahrenheit by taking the Celsius temperature and times it by 1.8. You then need to add 32 Degrees to that answer and there you have your final answer of how you change Celsius into Fahrenheit Fahrenheit to Celsius: C= 5/9(F-32) Celsius to Fahrenheit: F= 9/5*C+32 121 degrees Celsius = 249.8 degrees Fahrenheit. The Fahrenheit scale change of 1 degree is smallest when compared to Celsius change. 1.8 degrees Celsius is 1 degree Fahrenheit  Celsius and Fahrenheit. The absolute or thermodynamic temperature, which is used by scientists, is measured in Kelvin - not degrees. A change in temperature of 1 K is equivalent to a change of 1 Celsius degree. Take the temperature in Fahrenheit subtract 32.Divide by 1.8.The result is degrees Celsius. If you know how much Fahrenheit use; (F-32)X 5/9 = Celsius (example; 1&deg; Fahrenheit = -17.2&deg; Celsius) If you know how much Celsius use; C x 9/5 + 32 = Fahrenheit (example: 1&deg; Celsius = 33.8 &deg; Fahrenheit) There is one temperature where they are the same. (-40C = -40F) First convert the Fahrenheit temperature to Celsius using the following formula: Celsius = (5/9)*(Fahrenheit-32), then add 273.15 by how the temperature is adapting through out the day A temperature change by one degree on Celsius scale equals temperature change of 1.8 degree on Fahrenheit scale or F (Fahrenheit) = 1.8 C (Celsius) + 32 A degree in the Celsius scale is larger than one in the Fahrenheit scale. 32degrees Fahrenheit or zero degrees Celsius Fahrenheit = (Celsius x 9/5) + 32) = (1 x 9/5) + 32 = 33.8 degrees Fahrenheit However a change in temperature of 1 degree Celsius would be equivalent to a change of 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit No, the "degrees" have the same name but are different sizes. (Celsius degrees are larger intervals than Fahrenheit degrees.) A change of 1 degree Celsius is the same as a change of 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit. To convert temperatures in degrees Celsius to degrees Fahrenheit [&deg;F] = [&deg;C] &times; 9&frasl;5 + 32 To convert temperature in degrees Fahrenheit to degrees Celsius [&deg;C] = ([&deg;F] &minus; 32) &times; 5&frasl;9 ###### GeometrySchool SubjectsCars & VehiclesChemistryPhysicsTemperatureMath and ArithmeticScience Copyright © 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.