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Thurstoncharles
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what is 75 degrees Fahrenheit in the Celsius and kelvin scale?

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john10

To convert Fahrenheit to Celsius, remember this equation. Subtract 32, multiply 5, divide 9. Or vice versa, Multiply 9, divide 5, add 32. So, 75°F to celsius. 75 - 32 x 5 / 9 =  Ignore PEMDAS for this. 75 - 32 = 43 43 x 5 = 215 215 / 9 ≈ 23.8 To convert to Kelvin, basically do all the steps all over again, but with one more Subtract 32, multiply 5, divide 9, add 273.15. So, 75 - 32 x 5 / 9 + 213.15 We already know we get 23.8 from the first three steps, so just add 273.15 23.80 + 273.15 ≈ 296.95 Hope this helped :)

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