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## For nitrogen feel like with its temperature must be within 12.78 Fahrenheit of -333.22 Fahrenheit which equation can be used to find the max

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For nitrogen feel like with its temperature must be within 12.78 Fahrenheit of -333.22 Fahrenheit which equation can be used to find the maximum M Eminem temperatures at which nitrogen is a liquid, X?

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Answer:The following equation can be used.

(32°F − 32) × 5/9=C

Answer:The equation that we can used to find the maximum temperatures at which nitrogen is a liquid, X is;

Explanation:To solve the question, we note that the temperature of nitrogen has

Median value of the nitrogen temperature range = -333.22 Fahrenheit

Range of the temperatures values at which nitrogen is a liquid from the median = 12.78 Fahrenheit

Therefore, maximum temperature at which nitrogen exists as a liquid is

12.78 + -333.22 = 320.44 Fahrenheit

Also the minimum temperature at which nitrogen exists as a liquid is given as

– 12.78 + -333.22 = -346 Fahrenheit

The equation that can be used to find the maximum temperatures at which nitrogen is a liquid, X is therefore,