The temperature on the surface of the radiator of an automobile is 134^{o}C. What is the temperature in ^{o}R, K, and ^{o}F? 





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Given: 
T 
134 
^{o}C 


















Find: 
T 
??? 
^{o}R 



T 
??? 
^{o}F 


T 
??? 
K 


















Assumptions: 
None. 



















Equations
/ Data / Solve: 




















The relationship between
Kelvin and Celsius is simplest, so let's begin there. 





















Eqn 1 













Therefore : 





T(K) 
407.15 
K 













The relationship between
Celsius and Fahrenheit is also fairly simple, so let's work on that next. 




















Eqn 2 













Therefore : 





T(^{o}F) 
273.20 
^{o}F 













There are two
straightforward ways to determine T(^{o}R) at this point. 


We can either convert T(K) to T(^{o}R) or we can convert T(^{o}F) to T(^{o}R). 


Let's try both
methods, just to be thorough. 














Eqn 3 



T(^{o}R) 
732.87 
^{o}R 







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Alternatively : 




Eqn 4 



















T(^{o}R) 
732.87 
^{o}R 












Answers: 
T(^{o}R) 
733 
^{o}R 



















T(K) 
407 
K 



















T(^{o}F) 
273 
^{o}F 

















