If it’s zero degrees outside today and it’s supposed to be twice as cold tomorrow, how cold is it going to be?
Here is the answer. The question says only zero degrees. It does not specify any metric like Celsius, Farenheit, or Kelvin.
So if they mentioned in any one of the metric unit, we can easily convert to the other.
Say for Instance they told 0 degree in Celsius
then 0 degree celsius = 273 Kelvin = 32 degree Farenheit, so doubling it will be as follows
273*2 = 546 Kelvin = 1.9 degree celsius
32*2 = 64 deg. Farenheit = 1.9 degree celsius
Use same trick if they mention it in 0 degree farenhiet or kelvin.
🙂 Be smart…