help with phy. science homework?
anyone willing to help? you don't have to give me the answers, unless you want to.
for this one, what's the formula to change the temperatures? Also how do you find the density?
this one i think i get it, but i'm not sure if i'm using the scale right.
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
C = K − 273,15
K = °C + 273,15
F = K × 1,8 − 459,67
C = (°F − 32) / 1,8
K = (°F + 459,67) / 1,8
F =( °C × 1,8 ) + 32
there you go now think