What is the standard unit of measuring temperature?

Answer:

Temperature is the energy state of the matter. The temperature of an object can be defined by the average kinetic energy of its atoms and molecules.

  • Kelvin is the base unit of temperature in the SI system.
  • Degree Celsius is also used as the derived unit of measuring temperature.
  • The units of temperature are Celsius, Fahrenheit, Kelvin etc.
  • For a typical adult, body temperature can be from 97 F to 99 F (37 °C).

Relation between Celsius Fahrenheit, and Kelvin

The relationship between Celsius, Fahrenheit, Kelvin can be expressed as

Celsius to Kelvin

K = oC + 273

Celsius to Fahrenheit

[latex]^{o}C = (\frac{^{o}F – 32}{1.8})[/latex]

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