The melting point of silver is 962°C. How do you express this temperature in kelvins?

Aug 31, 2016

On the $\text{Kelvin scale}$, the normal freezing point of water is $273 K$ above absolute zero. The $\text{Celsius scale}$ places the freezing point of water at $0$ ""^@C.

Explanation:

And thus $962$ ""^@C $=$ $\left(962 + 273\right) \cdot K$ $=$ ??K