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Chapter 1, Problem 96

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Convert the temperature of dry ice, $-77^{\circ} \mathrm{C},$ into degrees Fahrenheit and kelvin.

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Let’s convert a temperature of negative 77 degrees Celsius to Fahrenheit and then Calvin, so the temperature and degrees Fahrenheit conversion here is 9/5 temperature in degrees Celsius, plus 32 is equal than 9/5 negative 77 plus 32. So in degrees…