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# Math: F=1.8 x C + 32 and K= C + 273, If the temperature is 0 Celsius, what is in Fahrenheit and Kelvin?

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K <> C + 273

K = C + 273.15

0°C = 32°F = 273.15 K

Source(s): Meteorologist.
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• Anonymous
8 years ago

F = 1.8 x C + 32

F = 1.8 x 0 + 32

F = 0 + 32

F = 32

K = 0 + 273

K = 273

Source(s): Substitution.
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• If you really want to use the formulas for this one, you can, but you don't have to. 0 degrees Celsius is freezing temperature, which is 32 degrees Fahrenheit. To use the formula, plug 0 in for x as shown:

F=1.8(0)+32

F=32

To solve for degrees Kelvin,

K=0+273

K=273

Luckily, freezing temperature is very common and easy to remember in all three temperature gauges!

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• really you have to ask what 0 celsius is in fahrenheit and kelvin when you have the equations right there?

its 32 and 273

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