Using examples, show how to convert among the Fahrenheit, Celsius, and Kelvin temperature scales. Choose the correct answer below. A.Conversion between Celsius, Fahrenheit, and Kelvin can be done using conversion formulas.

Using examples, show how to convert among the Fahrenheit, Celsius, and Kelvin temperature scales. Choose the correct answer below. A.Conversion between Celsius, Fahrenheit, and Kelvin can be done using conversion formulas. So, to convert 60 degrees°F to Kelvin and Celsius use the formulas Upper K equals Upper F plus 273.15K=F+273.15 to convert to Kelvin and then use Upper C equals StartFraction Upper K minus 32 Over 1.8 EndFractionC=K−321.8 to convert to Celsius to get 60 degrees Upper F equals 333.15 Upper K equals 167.31 degrees Upper C60°F=333.15K=167.31°C. B.Conversion between Celsius, Fahrenheit, and Kelvin can be done using conversion formulas. So, to convert 60 degrees°F to Celsius and Kelvin use the formulas Upper C equals 1.8 Upper F plus 32C=1.8F+32 to convert to Celsius and then use Upper K equals Upper C plus 273.15K=C+273.15 to convert to Kelvin to get 60 degrees Upper F equals 140 degrees Upper C equals 413.15 Upper K60°F=140°C=413.15K. C.Conversion between Celsius, Fahrenheit, and Kelvin can be done using conversion formulas. So, to convert 60degrees°F to Celsius and Kelvin use the formulas Upper C equals 1.8 Upper F minus 32C=1.8F−32 to convert to Celsius and the then use Upper K equals Upper C plus 273.15K=C+273.15 to convert to Kelvin to get 60 degrees Upper F equals 76 degrees Upper C equals 349.15 Upper K60°F=76°C=349.15K. D.Conversion between Celsius, Fahrenheit, and Kelvin can be done using conversion formulas. So, to convert 60 degrees°F to Celsius and Kelvin use the formulas Upper C equals StartFraction Upper F minus 32 Over 1.8 EndFractionC=F−321.8 to convert to Celsius and then use Upper K equals Upper C plus 273.15K=C+273.15 to convert to Kelvin to get 60 degrees Upper F equals 15.56 degrees Upper C equals 288.71 Upper K60°F=15.56°C=288.71K.

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Hi in the given problem here we know that the relationship between the celsius scale and the fahrenheit scale is given by c. Over 5 is equal to f minus 32 o 9, or we can write c is equal to f minus 32 over 1.8 and the relationship between the celsius and the kelvin scale is so thus part. 1 now part 2. The relation between the celsius and the kelvin skein is given as k is. A kelvin scale is c, plus 273.15, so celsius plus 273.15. So that's a this relationship is described in d, so the correct option is option d. So next we have to convert 60 degrees. Fahrenheit into celsius and kelvin so c in celsius, scc is f, minus 32 or 1.8, so that is equal to 60 minus 32 over 1.8, which comes out to be 15.56 degrees celsius, so in the celsius scale is 15.56. Now, in the kelvin scale, k is equal to c plus 273.15, which means 15.56 plus 273.15, which comes out to be equal to 288.71 kelvin. So in the kelvin scale, that would be thion.

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