If it's zero degrees outside today and it's supposed to be twice as cold tomorrow, how cold is it going to be?


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  • Convert it to Kelvin since you can't get lower than 0 Degrees Kelvin

    0 degrees Fahrenheit = 255 Kelvin

    Take half of 255 = 127.5 Kelvin

    127.5 Kelvin = -230.17 Fahrenheit

    OR

    0 Degrees Celsius (freezing point of water) = 273 Degrees Kelvin

    273.15 Kelvin / 2 = 136 K

    136 K = -137 Degrees Celsius

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  • I like that one

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  • I thought I was smart. I don't want to brag, but I see myself as an intelligent person. I'm wise for my age and I'm happy to participate in deep thinking and question pondering.
    This made me feel so dumb... I honestly am stumped

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  • Fahrenheit or Celsius?

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  • Negative infinity

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  • Haha! I've told you this before but I love the random questions you come up with on here.

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  • Jesus Christ... cold enough to make even Michelle Obama nipples stiff.

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  • Depends on the starting point and the scale.

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  • It would still be 0 degrees as 0*2=0

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  • Is it a riddle?

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  • Depends on who you are asking.

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