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Q: What is a human's approximate temp in Celsius?

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Body temperature is around 37 degrees Celsius.

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The normal temperature of the human body is 37 degrees celsius

the temp in Fahrenheit is 32 and celsius 0 the temp in Fahrenheit is 32 and celsius 0 the temp in Fahrenheit is 32 and celsius 0

Temp. Celsius = Temp. Kelvin - 273.15

Higher than humans, about 38 degrees Celsius, or 100.4 F (Fahrenheit).

Rankine temp = 1.8(Celsius temp) + 491.67

about 29.4444

Use this formula. Temp. Fahrenheit = Temp. Celsius(1.80) + 32 so, 17 F = Temp. Celsius(1.80) + 32 ( subtract 32 from each side ) -15 = Temp. Celsius(1.80) ( divide each side by 1.80 ) -8.3 = Temperature Celsius

-273.15+600=326.85 degrees celsius

Temp in kelvin = temp in Celsius + 273.15 = 326.15 K

65.6 degrees Celsius (I rounded the temp up, since it was 65.55...) you can calculate the Celsius temp by subtracting 32 from the Fahrenheit temp, then multiply that number by 5 and then divide the number by 9. (F temp - 32) 5/9 = Celsius

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