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TM 9-254 5-6. Temperature Conversion - Continued Table 5-6.  Temperature Conversion - Continued Centigrade Familiar temperature or Celsius Fahrenheit Kelvin Rankine C F K R -6.7 20 266.46 479.7 -10 14 263.16 473.7 -12.2 10 260.96 469.7 -15 5 258.16 464.7 -17.8 0 255.36 459.7 -20 -4 253.16 455.7 -25 -13 248.16 444.7 -30 -22 243.16 437.7 -35 -31 238.16 428.7 -40 -40 233.16 419.7 b. Formulas for converting from one temperature scale to another are listed in table 5-7. Table 5-7.  Formulas for Temperature Conversion Temperature scales Formulas Celsius to Fahrenheit ° F = 9/5° C + 32° Celsius to Kelvin ° K = °C + 273.1° Fahrenheit to Celsius ° C = 5/9 (°F - 32) Fahrenheit to Rankine ° R = °F + 459.58° Section III.  ANGULAR MEASUREMENT DATA 5-7. Degree System. a. The degree system is a means of measuring and designating angles of arcs.  The degree is 1/360 of a circle or the value of the angle formed by dividing a right angle into 90 equal parts.  Each degree is divided into 60 parts called minutes and each minute is further divided into 60 parts called seconds b. In the use of fire control equipment, either degrees or mils may be used to designate angles of elevation and azimuth.  One  degree  equals  17.78  mils.    One  mil  equals  0.056  degrees  or  3  minutes  22.5  seconds.    Refer  to  the conversion chart in figure 5-1, for the approximate relative values of given angles of elevation and azimuth in degrees and mils. 5-16

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