Degrees Celsius = degrees Kelvin - 273.15.
Given a temperature in Kelvin, return the equivalent temperature in Celsius.
The problem should be called "Kelvin to Celsius" as you are outputting the temperature in Celsius
Good point. Fixed this.
Why is this called "Celsius to Kelvin" rather than "Kelvin to Celsius"? The test case is the latter, not the former.
rounding problem??? O_o
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