# Physics

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A substance is heated from –12.0oF to 150.0oF. What is its change in temperature on (a) the Celsius scales,(b) the Kelvin scales

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(a) +162 F = 90 C
(b) 90 K

Each 1.8 degree rise in deg F is a 1.0 degree rise in the C or Kelvin Temperature.

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