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so all i do is add 273.15 to the temperature in celsius( sorry about the typo. i no i spelled chemistry wrong too)and then multiply/divide everything?

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    See below for answer. By the way, you also need to consider using caps when appropriate. k means one thing and K means another. And i is never an excuse for I.

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