Do you add a degree when take temperature on forehead?
The oral temperature (under the tongue) is a degree lower than central. The newer temporal artery thermometers also take a central temperature.
No. You only add a degree when taking a axial (under the arm) temp. This is because the axial temp is taken externally, so it only gives a close approximation of the body's internal temperature. Since oral temps are taken from inside the mouth, they give you the accurate internal body temperature without having to add anything.
The areas of the body you can use to take your temprature is your ear if you have a ear thermomitor, under your arm, you add 1 degree, in your mouth is normal reading of 98.6 can be slightly higher or lower. Recially if you have a rectail thermometor, you also take a degree off if done rectally. and they have pasted strips also to stick on your forhead.
0 degrees Celsius = 273.15 Kelvin. so add 273.15 You simply add 273.15 to the degrees to get Kelvin. A temperature increase of 1 degree is also a temperature increase of 1 Kelvin. Kelvin temperature is also known as absolute temperature as it has no minus values. 0 Kelvin (the coldest temperature possible, theoretically) is -273.15 degrees to be exact.
Describe an experiment used to find out whether there is any temperature change on mixing ethanol and water?
You can often tell just by placing your hand on the child's forehead. Or take its temperature with an underarm thermometer (underarm measurements are usually one or two degrees low, so add a degree or two). A baby does not have a fever unless its temperature is above 100 degrees F / 37.7 degrees C in the morning or over 101 degrees F / 38.2 degrees C in the evening. If the baby is less…
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How long should it take for a central unit to lower the temperature by 1 degree and if your AC takes about 30 minutes per degree is that too long?
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