Temperature

# Describe how a change in temperature of 1 degree differs on the Fahrenheit Celsius and Kelvin temperature scales?

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The following changes are equal:

• 1 Celsius degree.
• 1.8 Fahrenheit degree.
• 1 Kelvin.
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