How is the quote Fahrenheit 451- the temperature at which book paper catches on fire and burns important?
This quote is important because the name of the novel is Fahrenheit 451 and is about burning books in which paper burns at 451 degrees.
Fahrenheit 451 is the temperature at which paper burns. If Bradbury hadn't put book burning in the book it wouldn't have any subject matter, there wouldn't be a book at all - you would have effectively burnt 'Fahrenheit 451'. Basically Ray Bradbury loves books and he's making a point about how important literature is for the imagination and freedom of expression.
That depends on how the thermostat in the heating system is set. Ideally the temperature should be 60 degrees Celsius. Most hot water heater factory presets are around 130-150 degrees Fahrenheit (54-66 degrees Celsius. Above 130 degrees Fahrenheit (54 degrees Celsius) is high and can cause burns. 110-130 degrees Fahrenheit (43-54 degrees Celsius) is a good setting saves money on you electricity bill and is safer. Be aware that a 5 minute exposure to 120…