Q: Convert 230 f ( line over zero) to kelvins?

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O kelvins is known as absolute zero. When all matter is in a frozen state.

I will assume you meant to ask, "What is absolute zero?" Absolute zero is the lowest possible temperature, at -273 degrees Celsius, or 0 Kelvins.

Celsius and Kelvin scales use the same size unit or "degree." But Kelvin has its zero point at absolute zero rather than the freezing point of water. Absolute zero (zero K) is about -273.15° Celsius.To convert Celsius to Kelvin, add 273.15. For example 100° C is 373.15 kelvins.To convert kelvins to Celsius, subtract 273.15. For very large numbers, such as 5000 K, the value (4726.85° C) is not going to be that different.

The slope of a straight line can't be measured in units. If it is a horizontal line then there is no slope because the rise over run is 0/x, which equals zero because zero divided by everything is zero. If the line is vertical then the slope is undefined because the rise over run is x/o.

For motion at constant speed along a straight line, the acceleration is zero.

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Yes, absolute zero is zero degrees Kelvin.

The answer is -248.15 C (approx.). The Kelvin scale starts at absolute zero and is used in scientific laboratories. Celsius is for general use and set 0 and 100 as melting and boiling point of water respectively. To convert from K to C, subtract 273.15 from K.

Absolute zero was found in extensive lab experiments to be -273.15Â° C. The absolute scale was defined to begin at absolute zero, use Celsius-size degrees, and call them "Kelvins". So K = C + 273.15 Kelvins and C = K - 273.15 degrees Celsius.

There is no -45 Kelvin; absolute zero is defined as 0K on the Kelvin scale and as -273.15° on the Celsius scale. This equates to -459.67° on the Fahrenheit scale.

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Absolute zero is 0 Kelvins, or -273.15 degrees Celsius.

0 K or zero Kelvins, it is about the same as saying absolute zero.

it means zero or close-ist to zero

O kelvins is known as absolute zero. When all matter is in a frozen state.

I will assume you meant to ask, "What is absolute zero?" Absolute zero is the lowest possible temperature, at -273 degrees Celsius, or 0 Kelvins.

The correct terminology is "zero kelvins" 0K = -273.16C = -457.888F

Celsius and Kelvin scales use the same size unit or "degree." But Kelvin has its zero point at absolute zero rather than the freezing point of water. Absolute zero (zero K) is about -273.15° Celsius.To convert Celsius to Kelvin, add 273.15. For example 100° C is 373.15 kelvins.To convert kelvins to Celsius, subtract 273.15. For very large numbers, such as 5000 K, the value (4726.85° C) is not going to be that different.