Correct.Hawknc said:If you increase the temperature of an object by 1 deg C, it's EXACTLY the same as increasing it by 1 K.
Not really - the ratio changes. mengshuen was correct in saying that they are not related by a ratio, but by a difference. I understand what you're saying, but thinking of this in terms of ratios is unnecessary confusion.So, if you really want ratios, the ratio magnitudes of Celcius to Kelvin is 1:1.
It would appear that you are thinking of a function, y = m x in which K is proportional to °C, where m is a proportionality constant. This is not the case.MRCHEM said:Im Still Confused Because The Ratio Isnt Right, How Come
Have you read ANY of the posts in this thread?MRCHEM said:Take This As An Example You Have 274.15 Kelvin Which Is 1 Celsius
So If You Add Another 274.15 Kelvin Which Is 1 Celsius To Another 274.15=1 Celsius Then You Will Have 2 Celsius Right Or Not Because 2 Celsius=275.15 Kelvin