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Blood storage. Blood stored at 4.00Â°C lasts safely for about 100 weeks, whereas blood stored at -160Â°C lasts for 5 years. Express -160Â°C on the Fahrenheit and Kelvin scales. Answer in the order indicated. Separate your answers using a comma.

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Part APart completeNormal body temperature. The average normal body temperature measured in the mouth is 310 K.What would Celsius and Fahrenheit thermometers read for this temperature?Answer in the order indicated. Separate your answers using a comma.TC, TF = 36.9, 98.3C, Â°FCorrect

Part BElevated body temperature. During very vigorous exercise, the body’s temperature can go as high as 40.0 Â°C. What would Kelvin and Fahrenheit thermometers read for this temperature?Answer in the order indicated. Separate your answers using a comma.TK, TF = 313, 104K, Â°FCorrect

Part CBlood storage. Blood stored at 4.00 Â°C lasts safely for about 3.00 weeks, whereas blood stored at -160 Â°C lasts for 5 years. Express 4.00 Â°C on the Fahrenheit and Kelvin scales.Answer in the order indicated. Separate your answers using a comma.TF, TK = 39.2, 277.15Â°F, K

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for this temperature? (b) Elevated body temperature. During very vigorous exercise, the body’s temperature can go as high as $40^{\circ} \mathrm{C}$. What would Kelvin and Fahrenheit thermometers read for this temperature? (c) Temperature difference in the body. The surface temperature of the body is normally about $7 \mathrm{C}^{\circ}$ lower than the internal temperature. Express this temperature difference in kelvins and in Fahrenheit degrees. (d) Blood storage. Blood stored at $4.0^{\circ} \mathrm{C}$ lasts safely for about 3 weeks, whereas blood stored at $-160^{\circ} \mathrm{C}$ lasts for 5 years. Express both temperatures on the Fahrenheit and Kelvin scales. (e) Heat stroke. If the body’s temperature is above $105^{\circ} \mathrm{F}$ for a prolonged period, heat stroke can result. Express this temperature on the Celsius and Kelvin scales.

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(a) Normal body temperature. The average normal body temperature measured in the mouth is $310 \mathrm{~K}$. What would Celsius and Fahrenheit thermometers read for this temperature?(b) Elevated body temperature. During very vigorous exercise, the body’s temperature can go as high as $40^{\circ} \mathrm{C}$. What would Kelvin and Fahrenheit thermometers read for this temperature?(c) Temperature difference in the body. The surface temperature of the body is normally about $7 \mathrm{C}^{\circ}$ lower than the internal temperature. Express this temperature difference in kelvins and in Fahrenheit degrees.(d) Blood storage. Blood stored at $4.0^{\circ} \mathrm{C}$ lasts safely for about 3 weeks, whereas blood stored at $-160^{\circ} \mathrm{C}$ lasts for 5 years. Express both temperatures on the Fahrenheit and Kelvin scales. (e) Heat stroke. If the body’s temperature is above $105^{\circ} \mathrm{F}$ for a prolonged period, heat stroke can result. Express this temperature on the Celsiu…

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Normal body temperature. The average normal body temperature measured in the mouth is 310 K. What would Celsius and Fahrenheit thermometers read for this temperature?Enter your answers numerically separated by comma:AEdTc, TFSubmitRequest Answer

Elevated body temperature. During very vigorous exercise, the body’s temperature can go as high as 39Â°C. What would Kelvin and Fahrenheit thermometers read for this temperature? Enter your answers numerically separated by comma:AEdTk, TF =SubmitRequest Answer

Temperature difference in the body: The surface temperature of the body is normally about 7Â°C lower than the internal temperature. Express this temperature difference in kelvins and Fahrenheit degrees. Enter your answers numerically to three significant figures, separated by comma:AZdTk, TF =SubmitRequest Answer

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