# Question #abc03

##### 1 Answer

Yes,

#### Explanation:

*change in temperature*.

You calculate *final temperature* and the *initial temperature* of something. More specifically, you get

This means that, if your two temperature are expressed in Kelvin,

The interesting thing to notice here is that *the same value* if you give the two temperature in degrees Celsius. Remember, to convert from degrees Celsius to Kelvin, you need to add **273.15** to whatever value you have.

This will make

So, regardless if you have the temperature expressed in degrees Celsius or in Kelvin, the *change in temperature* is the same for both temperature scales.

That happens because, by definition, one degree Celsius is *equal* to 1 Kelvin.