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What are the equivalents of 0 K, 0 degrees Celsius, and 0 degrees F in the other tempertaure scales?

get degrees K from degrees C by adding 273 deg C (K = C + 273) so 0 K for example is 273 C
Get F from C by using linear relationship
F = (9/5)C + 32
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