For your breakthrough
0°C =32°F = 273 K. So 0°C +0°C = 273 K + 273 K = 273°C = 523°F. I think. Or I am totally out to lunch on this thing
@random09, i dont know where you got the 273°C
@Hallucinated corpse, 273K + 273K = 546 K = 273.87 °C
@random09, well to start its -273K
@lostnomad, I don't think you can go below 0K.....
@lostnomad, the absolute zero = 0 K = -273C = atoms stop moving
@random09, you can’t really add temperatures like normal numbers....
@Jonnasty, correction: you can’t simply add temperatures in different units. You have to add them in their own units and then do the unit conversion.
@random09, when Chuck Norris stares you down, you body temperature dips below 0K.
@random09, Totally out to lunch... at a restaurant in a different town..in a country no one has ever heard off... on an alien world... displaced by several dimensions.
I’ve in thermodynamics and can confirm that this is how it works
@Captain Anderson, so what you're saying is that if I have 2 inert, non reactive liquids at 0°c and combine them, they will instantly become hotter? I don't think it works that way.
@TheMonkeyGod, never actually said anything about heat transfer
@Captain Anderson, but that's exactly how temperature works.
0°C = 32°F. 0°C+0°C = 64°F = 0°C (0+0). Therefore, 32°F=64°F.
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0° ÷ 0° = 1, black holes solved.
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Fun fact - sound levels actually add together like this. 0dB + 0dB = 3dB.
To get celsius from Fahrenheit (x°F − 32) × 5/9 =°C
But °C = (°F-32) x 5/9