convert 175f to c
convert 325f to k
covnert 575 cal to J
canvert 23 Cal to J

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  1. F = (9/5)*C + 32
    C = (F-32)*5/9
    There are 4.184 J in 1 calorie.

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  2. I notice one of the calories is typed with a lower case c and the next one with an upper case C. Is that supposed to represent different units. In the OLD days, food chemists used the Big Calorie, usually represented by a capital C, to denote kcal while the small c was the regular calorie. If that is the intent here, then,
    1000c = 1 kcal

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  3. thank you

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