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Typical temperatures in the interior of the Earth and Sun

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Problem 28P

Typical temperatures in the interior of the Earth and Sun are about 4000°C and 15 X 106 °C respectively, (a) What are these temperatures in Kelvins? (b) What percent error is made in each case if a person forgets to change °C to K?

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We know that the relation between the Centigrade and that of Kelvin scale is as follows:

K = C + 273.

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Chapter 13, Problem 28P is Solved
Textbook: Physics: Principles with Applications
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Author: Douglas C. Giancoli
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