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# One of the hottest temperatures ever recorded on the

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Problem 6PE

Problem 6PE

One of the hottest temperatures ever recorded on the surface of Earth was 134ºF in Death Valley, CA. What is this temperature in Celsius degrees? What is this temperature in Kelvin?

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Solution 6PE

T oC =(134oF -32)

=(102)oC

= 56.7oC

The temperature on the Celsius scale is. 56.7oC .

T K =(134.0oF -32)+273.15

=(102)oC+273.15

= (56.67+273.15)K

= 330K

The temperature on the Kelvin scale is 330K

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