# Temperature Changes

```Temperature Changes
Solid
Liquid
Gas
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Temperature Conversions
&deg;C to &deg;F
1.27 &deg;C
2.87 &deg;C
3.2 &deg;C
4.-10. &deg;C
5.12 &deg;C
&deg;F to &deg;C
1.50 &deg;F
2.25 &deg;F
3.88 &deg;F
4.-5 &deg;F
5.0 &deg;F
&deg;C or &deg;F to K
1.10 &deg;C
2.10. &deg;F
3.25 &deg;F
4.50 &deg;C
5.75 &deg;C
1. Usually, people die if their body temperature drops below 35&deg;C. There was one case,
however, of a two-year-old girl who had been accidentally locked outside in the winter. She
survived, even though her body temperature dropped as low as 14.0&deg;C. Express this
temperature in Kelvins and in degrees Fahrenheit.
Ans: T = 287 K TF = 57.6&deg;F
2.
In experiments conducted by the United States Air Force, subjects endured air temperatures
of 4.00 x 102 &deg;F. Express this temperature in degrees Celsius and in Kelvins.
Ans: T = 204&deg;C T = 477 K
3. The temperature of the moon’s surface can reach 117&deg;C when exposed to the sun and can
cool to –163&deg;C when facing away from the sun. Express this temperature change in degrees
Fahrenheit. (Convert to F then take the difference.)
Ans: T = 536 &deg;F
4. In 1980, Willie Jones of Atlanta, Georgia, was hospitalized with heatstroke, having a body
temperature of 116&deg;F. Fortunately, he survived. Express Wilie’s body temperature in
Kelvins.
Ans: T = 3.20 x 102 K
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