how many btu does it take to raise air temperature 1 degree?

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Hi, -------- To convert T(f) to T(c): Subtruct 32 and devide by 1.8 (or 9/5). To convert from T(c) to T(f): multiply by 1.8 (or 9/5) and add 32. 10 degrees celcius is 50 degrees Farenheit. (10*9/5 + 32 = 50) -------- and there are several sites that will do it for you: here is one ...

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I no longer have air conditioning in my vehicle ...

For me it is still good if you'll have air conditioner in your car,aside from giving you cool and comfortable environment, it wouldn't bother you from having those alternatives like the what it has the olden days.

What is the temperature 32 degrees fahrenheit in degree celsius?

The relation between degree Celsius and degree Fahrenheit is C/100 = (F-32)/180 Substitute 32 in place of F in the equation you will get Celsius value

How much BTU in air condition is needed to cool a living room in size of

Hi Efrat, I think that this Room air conditioning calculator is just what you need. This calc. is based on square feet so 17.5 m^2= ~188 square feet.