Units of Measurement/Temperature

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The SI unit for Temperature is Kelvin (K). However, Celsius is also often used as a measure of temperature. The formula to convert Celsius to Kelvin is K = C + 273.15. So 25 degrees Celsius will equal to 298.15 Kelvin. 25 degrees Celsius or 298.15 Kelvin is called normal temperature. There is also Fahrenheit. The formula to convert Kelvin to Fahrenheit is F = K + 273.15