270 K (Kelvin) equals -3.5Â° C (Celsius), or 26.6Â° F (Fahrenheit).

Expressing and measuring temperature in Kelvin is most appropriate when we deal with temperature in 'absolute terms', that is, with respect to 'absolute zero'.

Therefore, the temperature in Kelvin is basing on molecular energy, unlike Celsius or Fahrenheit that ground on thermal physics of water.

Celsius and Kelvin are two scales of temperatures, in both of which a degree measures the same temperature. The Kelvin scale starts at -273.15 degrees Celsius (that is, 0 K = -273.15 C). Therefore 270 Kelvins equal 270 + (-273.15) degrees Celsius = -3.15 degrees Celsius.

...To convert Kelvin to Celsius, we need the formula:

[C] = [K] - 273.15

Since we have 270 Kelvin degrees to conver, we'll get:

[C] = 270 - 273.15

[C] = -3.15 Celsius degrees

Formula of convert kelvin to celsius

tc = tk - 273.15

tc = 270 - 273.15

tc = -3.15

270 kelvin degrees = -3.15 celsius degrees

Kelvin is 273.15 degrees higher than Celsius So 270-273.15= ?3.15

270 degrees Kelvin is -3.15 Celsius.