Temperature calculus

Calculate the percentage of temperature increase if changed from 18°C to 33°C.

Correct answer:

p =  5.152 %

Step-by-step explanation:

t1=18 °C t2=33 °C T1=273.15+t1=273.15+18=205823=291.15 K T2=273.15+t2=273.15+33=206123=306.15 K  p=100 T1T2T1=100 205823206123205823=5.152%

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Math student
this is unclear

Dr Math
I think that percent change of temperature is made in Kelvins (absolute temperature).

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