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body heat is primarily created by oxidation of digested nutrients? true or false
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User: body heat is primarily created by oxidation of digested nutrients? true or false

Weegy: True in our body, the oxidation of glucose occur in mitochondria in order to obtain energy in form of ATP. the oxidation of glucose molecule is a exothermic reaction. this is how our body make heat! Please rate good if you like Weegy!\
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User: the furmula for converting from the celsius temperature scale to the kelvin scale is?

Weegy: has a conversion table. If Weegy has helped you please rate good :)



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The formula for converting from the Celsius temperature scale to the kelvin scale is K = °C + 273.
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