Measurement Unit - Video Lesson #2
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Temperature Scales (37:26 min)
• Celsius, Fahrenheit, Kelvin
o Scientist that Developed the Scale
o Date of Development
o Primary area of Use
o Boiling and Freezing Point of Water
o Absolute Zero
o Kelvin is an Absolute Temperature Scale
o Discussion of which temperatures feel hot/cold in each scale
• Temperature Conversions/Calculations
o Using the GUESS method for all calculations
Directions: Play the video. The video contains an explanation of the concept as well as example problems. For some example problems, instructions will be given to pause the video and solve the problem. After solving the problem, restart the video to view the correct answer. Continue watching the video.
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