Which temperatures is equal to 5C?
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This would be an isotherm. The two parts of the word are iso meaning same and therm meaning temperature. Similar construction is used for isobar, a line of equal pressure.
The correct answer is of course -40 degrees. Whilst the equations are both linear, if you were to plot them both on the same graph, you would see that the results do intersect (at -40degrees). Another, slightly more geeky, way to get the answer is to use the 2 equations 1. F=9/5C +32 ... used to co…nvert from centigrade (Celsius) to Fahrenheit 2. C= 5/9(F- 32).... used to convert from Fahrenheit to Centigrade (Celsius) Firstly write the write the equations so that they are equal (C=F), and then we can solve the simultaneous equations. So it looks like this: 9/5C+32 = 5/9(F-32). (this is when Fahrenheit and Celsius/ Centigrade are equal) Then you solve for either F or C, by substituting for either F or C into the equation above (1. if you are solving for F, or 2. if you are solving for C) lets use number 1 and solve for F It now looks like this: 9/5C+32 = 5/9((9/5C+32)-32) (I just put in (9/5C + 32), where F used to be. To solve it we just use some simple rules of equations to try to get C on its own Firstly divide both sides by 5/9) and it look like this: 9(9/5C+32)/5 = ((9/5C+32)-32) Then simplify right hand side by removing the brackets like this: 9(9/5C+32)/5 = 9/5C [of course 32-32=0] Next simplify the left hand side by opening brackets (it is done by multiplying everything inside the brackets by 9): (81/5C+288)/5 = 9/5C To get rid of 5 on bottom of left hand side, you muliply both sides by 5 and get: (81/5C+288) = 45/5C Next remove the brackets arent needed (nothing to do outside the brackets): 81/5C+288 = 45/5C Next move Cs together and numbers to other side (by taking 288 from both sides and taking 45/5C from both sides), and it looks like this: 81/5C-45/5C =-288 Now solve the left hand side (easy as they are both over 5C), so its just 81-45: 36/5C=-288 Next multiply both sides by 5 (gets rid of the 5 on the bottom of left hand side) and you get: 36C=-1440 Now we divide both sides by 36 (makes C= to 1), and we get: C=-1440/36 Now whack that into a calculator and Hey Presto: C=-40 (it also work if you substitute for C) So the temperature at which Celsius = Fahrenheit is -40 degrees (I hope this helped) Use this equation to convert degrees Celsius/Centigrade (ÂºC) to degrees Fahrenheit (ÂºF): [Â°F] = [Â°C] Ã 1.8 + 32 (MORE)
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The temperature at which Celsius equals Fahrenheit is -40Â°. This is due to the offset of water's freezing point to 32 Â°Fahrenheit. Between 32Â°F and 0Â°F, the Fahrenheit temperatures are positive while the Celsius temperatures have already moved into the negative. By the point -40Â°, t…he larger intervals marked by the Celsius degrees have been "overtaken" by the smaller Fahrenheit intervals. Below this point, negative temperatures in Fahrenheit have larger values than the corresponding Celsius values, just as do all Fahrenheit temperatures above 0Â°C. Mathematically, the change from 0Â°C to -40Â°C is 5/9 of the change from +32Â°F to -40Â°F. C = 5/9 (F - 32) and for F = -40, C = F (MORE)
I sotherm lines connect locationss of equal temperature on a weather map. The two parts of the word isotherm are: iso meaning "same" and therm meaning "temperature". (A similar construction is used for isobar , meaning a line of equal pressure.)
C: 278.15K When you are finding the value of temperatureCelsius in Kelvin, add 273.15k to the Celsius temperature to obtainthe value of Kelvin. It is also 41 F.
41 o F 5C = 41F . is C 278 K 5Â° Celsius is equal to 41Â° Fahrenheit. To convert Â°C to Â°F multiply the Celsius temperature by 9, divide the sum by 5, and add 32.
Start by taking the number in Fahrenheit and subtracting 32. Then divide the number by 9, and then multiply it by 5. This is how you convert Fahrenheit to Celsius or use the equation C = (F - 32) Ã 5/9 In this case, the answer is about 38.167 degrees Celsius.
At no temperature. This is because: T/ o C = T/K - 273.15 Therefore, T/ o C cannot equal T/K
abbrev. STP Standard temperature (melting ice) T = 273.15 K and standard pressure p o = 1 ATM (= 1.01325 * 10 5 Pa)
0 Â°C is equal to 32 Â°F or 273.15 Kelvin . (it would also be equal to 491.67 Rankine)
The Iphone 5C is Iphone 5Colorful 5c can also stand for thenumber 500 ("c" is the Roman numeral for 100) or for 5 degreesCelsius (centigrade) . +++ . "5c" can not stand for any Roman numerals forthree reasons. For a start you do not mix Arabic and Roman numeralslike that - it would be nonsensica…l. Secondly, the Roman for 100 is capital " C ", but thirdly, in the Romanscale, 5 is V, 50 is L and 500 is D. The ' C ' isalso capital for degrees Celsius / Centigrade. (MORE)
A thermostat bottle contains of 250g of coffee at 90C to this is added 20g of milk at 5C After equilibrium is established what is the temperature of the liquid?
To answer this question (at least the only way I know of) you first need to know the specific heat capacities (symbolized by C) of both milk and coffee. The formula for heat transfer equations is: q 1 = -q 2 where (we'll call q 1 milk's heat) q 1 = C (specific heat of milk) x ÎT x mass (…g) and q 2 = C (specific heat coffee) x ÎT x mass (g) and where ÎT = (final temperature - initial temperature) So, if you substitute in 250g for the mass of coffee, 90 degrees for its initial temperature, do the same for the milk side of the equation, and put their specific heat capacities in the two equations, you can solve for the final temperature by substitution. (MORE)
If it's zero C, then that's (32 F) and also (273.15 K).. If it's zero F, then that's (-17.77 C) and also (-255.37 K).. If it's zero K, then that's (-273.15 C) and also (-459.7 F)
5 Â°C is equal to 278.15 K and 41Â°F (and also 500.67 Rankine). 5 degrees Celsius = 41 degrees Fahrenheit.
Celsius and Kelvin scales have the same unit, but they start atdifferent temperatures. 0 Celsius is the freezing pt of water, but0 Kelvin is absolute zero (the coldest temperature possible)
This is the point at which saturation occurs. This is also signifies 100% relative humidity. If you want to find out how close it is to reaching saturation, all you have to do is find actual vapor pressure (found by temp.), and saturation vapor pressure(found by dewpoint). You can look online for co…nversion charts. Once you find them, plug them into this equation: actual vapor pressure/saturation vapor pressure x 100%. Your answer should be a percentage. If it's around 60-80 percent, then you know it's cold, and there is high humidity; thus, saturation is likely to occur. If it's around 10-30 percent, then you know the humidity is low and saturation is not likely occur. Warm weather= low humidity Cold weather= high humidity. (MORE)
3c - 12 = 14 + 5c Subtract 3c from each side: -12 = 14 + 2c Subtract 14 from each side: -26 = 2c Divide each side by 2: -13 = c
When c = -3 then 4c + 5c - 2 = [4 x -3] + [5 x -3] - 2 = -12 +(-15) - 2 = -12 -15 -2 = -29
They can't be equal, because their units are different. But aside from the units, they can easily have the same number ... as long as the temperature isn't below zero or over 100.
Let's call the temperature in Fahrenheit F, and the temperature in Celsius C. F = 1.8 C + 32 C = F C = 1.8 C + 32 -32 = 0.8 C C = -40, so -40 is the temperature at which the Fahrenheit and Celsius scales match.
It should but it probably will not because of: experimental error measurement error calibration error (zero error)
If you say, "It's forty degrees below zero," you don't have to specify whether you're using Fahrenheit or Celsius (Centigrade).
We have no temperature gauge in our car. Didn't come equipped with one. It probably has a warning light that would illuminate if the engine was getting to hot.
Conversion formula: [Â°C] = ([Â°F] - 32) * 5 / 9 = (95 - 32) * 5 / 9 = 35 Â°C
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It is approximately 25Â°C. In Fahrenheit it is approximately 78Â°F It is also approximately 298 K
5c + 15= 30 - 15 -15 5c = 15 If your solving for just c..... 5c/5 = 30/5 c= 3 Hope this helps adding further your question is incomplete you must ask for thevalue of C, since its a arithmetic equation.
for air water system wet bulb equals to dry bulb at 100 % relative humidity for that given temperature of air.
3c - 12 + 5c = 12 Combine the 'c' terms on the left side: 8c - 12 = 12 Add 12 to each side: 8c = 24 Divide each side by 8: c = 3
You can't tell a thing about -5c+9 until you know what 'c' is. And every time 'c' changes, -5c+9 changes.
I have the feeling that you were looking to find a value for each variable in this equation. Unfortunately you can only solve for each variable in terms of the other variables in this equation.
NO,because in quadratic equation highest power of a variable is 2. e.x. 4x 2 -20x+10=0.
To convert a temperature from Celsius to Kelvins, just add 273. Fahrenheit to Kelvins is a bit trickier. Subtract 32 for the temperature in Fahrenheit, then multiply by 5/9. This will give you the temperature in Celsius, which you can then convert to Kelvin by adding 273. There are many Internet …resources that allow for quick conversion. I would recommend going to wolframalpha.com. (MORE)
20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4 20c + 5 = 5c +65 20c - 5c= 65 - 5. 15c = 60. 15c/15 = 60/15. c = 4 (alternative method).
Isotherms can be defined as lines that connect points of equal temperature.The points where the isotherms pass will have the same or equal temperatures. These points are found on a map.
418K = 144.85ÂºC You can use this equation to convert Kelvin to degrees Celsius: Âº K - 273.15 = ÂºC
5cc? cc means cubic centimetres which is equal to ml, so 5ml. if you mean cl, then that is equal to 50ml
5c+7=23 -7 -7 5c=16 /5 /5 c= 3 & 1/5 or 16/5 thats really easy algebra 1 homework isn't it
The 'answer' is the number that 'c' must be, if 5c is really the same as -75. In order to find out what number that is, you could use 'algebra'. First, write the equation, so that you can look at it: 5c = -75 Now, use the law of algebra that says: "If equals are divided by equals, then… the quotients are equal". The left and right sides of your equation are equals. Divide them both by 5, and that law says that the quotients on both sides will be equal: c = -15 (MORE)
If you meant you want to solve for c on: 5c-3 = 2c+6 you have to simplify the formula. Step 1: Subtract 2c from both sides: 3c-3 = 6 Step 2: Add 3 to both sides 3c = 9 Step 3: Divide both sides by 3 c = 3
It is a single equation of direct proportionality. It cannot be solved since that would require two linear equations.
On a Weather Map, the lines connecting points of equal temperature are called Isotherms. Similarly, the lines that connect points of equal barometric pressure are called Isobars.
1 plus 1 is never equal to two in temperature because you have N (+1+1x2). This means if you have 1 plus 1 times 2, you will get 1 plus 2, giving you 3.
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(-5) degrees Celsius = 23 degrees Fahrenheit. Formula: [Â°F] = [Â°C] Ã 9 â 5 + 32
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