Make the following conversions: (a) 72 °F to °C, (b) 216.7 °C to °F, (c) 233 °C to K, (d) 315 K to °F, (e) 2500 °F to K, (f) 0 K to °F.
Colby Judd Notes Summary Introduction: Welcome to my notes section for the Organic Chemistry Course. For each of my courses, I do notes in a different way that I deem to fit the needs of the course. For this class I will be taking three different styles of notes. My notes are uploaded weekly. The first style will be the reading notes. These notes will not include examples and will attempt to talk through the reading and make sense of it. It will pull out what I deem to be most relevant to the class and will offer hints that I find useful. Understand that these notes will be the most difficult to understand, as they do not inclu