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Chapter 11, Problem 4P
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What is the equivalent value of T = 60° C in degrees Fahrenheit, Rankine, and Kelvin?

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Find the equivalent value of T=60C in degrees Fahrenheit, Rankine, and Kelvin.

Explanation of Solution

Given data:

The temperature, T(Co)=60C.

Formula used:

The relationship between degree Fahrenheit (Fo) and degree Celsius (Co) is,

T(Fo)=95[T(Co)]+32 (1)

Here,

T(Fo) is the temperature in degree Fahrenheit, and

T(Co) is the temperature in degree Celsius.

The relationship between degree Rankine (Ro) and degree Fahrenheit (Fo) is,

T(Ro)=T(Fo)+460 (2)

Here,

T(Ro) is the temperature in degree Rankine.

The relationship between degree Rankine (Ro) and Kelvin is,

T(K)=59T(Ro) (3)

Here,

T(K) is the temperature in Kelvin

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