Recall that the conversion from **Celsius to Kelvin** is given by:

$\overline{){\mathrm{K}}{=}{\xb0}{\mathrm{C}}{+}{273}{.}{15}}$

Converting **77 K to Celsius**:

$77\mathrm{K}=\xb0\mathrm{C}+273.15$

$77\mathrm{K}-273.15=\xb0\mathrm{C}+\overline{)273.15}-\overline{)273.15}$

˚C = –196.15˚C

Recall that the conversion from Celsius to Fahrenheit is given by:

Perform each of the following temperature conversions.

77 K to ^{o}F (temperature of liquid nitrogen)

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