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temperature

From to Formula
Fahrenheit (degrees F) Celsius (degrees C) 5/9 (F-32)
Celsius (degrees C) Fahrenheit (degrees F) 9/5 c+32
Fahrenheit (degrees F) Kelvin (degrees k) (F+459.67)*(5/9)
Quick Temperature Conversions
Fahrenheit Celsius Kelvin
2 1 2

1 0 0

3 7 3

8 6

3 0

3 0 3

6 8

2 0

2 9 3

5 0

1 0

2 8 3

3 2

0

2 7 3

1 4

- 1 0

2 6 3

- 4

- 2 0

2 5 3

Dogs by Family Size
Household Size Percent
4 or more people 33%
3 people 21%
2 people 32%
1 Person 14%
33%
21%
32%
14%
Dogs by Family Size
4+
3
2
1
Cats by Family Size
Household Size Percent
4 or more people 29%
3 people 20%
2 people 33%
1 Person 18%
29%
4+
20%
3 people
33%
2 People
18%
1 person
Incandescent Bulbs vs. CFL Bulbs
Incandescent
Minimum Light
Output
CFL
40 watts 450 lumens 9-13 watts
60 watts 800 lumens 13-15 watts
75 watts 1,100 lumens 18-25 watts
100 watts 1,600 lumens 23-30 watts
150 watts 2,600 lumens 30-52 watts
Light Sources Warmth and
Coolness
Kelvin (K) Temperature Bulb type
*Ice melting
at 32
degrees
Fahrenheit,
0 degrees
Celsius,
and 273
degrees
Kelvin.
*
Water
boiling at
212 degrees
Fahrenheit,
100 degrees
Celsius,
and 373
degrees
Kelvin.
CATS AND DOGS BY FAMILY AGE
4+
29%
3
20% 2
33%
1
18%
Other
51%
Cats Dogs

Percentage of cats Cats and dogs
HISTORY OF TEMPERATURES
Celsius
Definition: Of or denoting a scale of
temperature on which water freezes at
0 and boils at 100 under standard
conditions
Who discovered:Anders Celsius (27
November 1701 25 April 1744).
Where it is used: The degree Celsius
(C) can refer to a specific temperature
on the Celsius scale as well as a unit to
indicate a temperature interval, a
difference between two temperatures or
an uncertainty. The unit was known until
1948 as "centigrade" from the Latin
centum translated as 100 and grad us
translated as "steps".

Kelvin
Definition: The SI base unit of
thermodynamic temperature, equal in
magnitude to the degree Celsius.
Who discovered: Kelvin, Lord William
Thomson (1824-1907).
Where it is used: The kelvin is the
primary unit of measurement in the
physical sciences, but is often used in
conjunction with the degree Celsius,
which has the same magnitude.
HISTORY OF TEMPERATURES PART 2
Fahrenheit
Definition: Of or denoting a scale of temperature on which water freezes at 32 and boils
at 212 under standard conditions.
Who discovered:Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit (24 May 1686 16 September 1736)
Where it is used: Fahrenheit (symbol F) is a temperature scale based on one proposed
in 1724 by the physicist Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit (16861736), after whom the scale is
named.
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Within this scale, the freezing of water into ice is defined at 32 degrees, while
the boiling point of water is defined to be 212 degreeson Fahrenheit's original scale the
freezing point of brine was zero degrees.