# If the temperature of the atmosphere rose 50 degr on a Fahrenheit thermometer, the rise on a Celsius thermometer would have been: w) 90 degrees x) 82.3 degrees y) 50.3 degrees z) 27.8 degrees

If the temperature of the atmosphere rose 50 degr on a Fahrenheit thermometer, the rise on a Celsius thermometer would have been: w) 90 degrees x) 82.3 degrees y) 50.3 degrees z) 27.8 degrees

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Description : A Fahrenheit thermometer indicates a temperature of ‘ 14°F. its corresponding reading on the Celsius scale will be -----? A. – 2O°C B. – 10°C (Answer) C. + 10°C D. + 20°C

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Last Answer : ANSWER: W -- AMOUNT OF HEAT REQUIRED TO RAISE ONE GRAM OF WATER ONE DEGREE CELSIUS

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Last Answer : 20ÂºC = 68.0ÂºFTip: Use this formula to convert degrees Celsius (C) to degrees Fahrenheit (F): (C x 1.8) + 32 = F

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Last Answer : 65 degrees Fahrenheit = 18.3 degrees Celsius.

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Last Answer : 37.3ºC = 99.1ºF

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Last Answer : It is 97.7 degrees Fahrenheit

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Last Answer : -32 Fahrenheit is -35.5555556 Celsius.

Description : How does minus 23.33 degrees celsius read on the Fahrenheit scale?

Last Answer : -23.33 Celsius = -9.994 Fahrenheit

Description : What is 21 degrees Celsius in to Fahrenheit?

Last Answer : 21 Celsius is equal to 69.8 Fahrenheit.

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Last Answer : It is 176.667 degrees Celsius rounded to 3 decimal places

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Last Answer : ANSWER: Y -- AN ANGLE GREATER THAN THE CRITICAL ANGLE

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