# How do you convert 62°F to kelvins?

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To convert Fahrenheit to Kelvin, you use the formula:

[K = (°F - 32) \times \frac{5}{9} + 273.15]

Substitute 62°F into the formula:

[K = (62 - 32) \times \frac{5}{9} + 273.15]

[K = 17.22 + 273.15]

[K ≈ 290.37]

So, 62°F is approximately 290.37 Kelvin.

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