The melting point of silver is 962°C. How do you express this temperature in kelvins?

On the ##”Kelvin scale”##, the normal freezing point of water is ##273K## above . The ##”Celsius scale”## places the freezing point of water at ##0## ##””^@C##.

And thus ##962## ##””^@C## ##=## ##(962+273)*K## ##=## ##??K##