One degree is warmer than zero degrees. But its colder than two degrees. You haven't actually said what is being compared, you just asked why it is warmer.
1c is warmer than 1f because 1c is 33.8 degrees in Fahrenheit
100 degrees Celsius is more than twice as warm as 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
Fahrenheit isn't warmer or colder than Celsius. Both are simply different ways of measuring temperature. In Celsius, one degree is larger than one degree Fahrenheit. In Celsius, water freezes at 0 degrees and boils at 100 degrees; in Fahrenheit, water freezes at 32 degrees and boils at 212 degrees. Confusion may arise because the value in Fahrenheit may be higher numerically than Celsius, even though it's the same temperature; the letter C or F is suffixed to avoid confusion. For example, room temperature in Celsius is about 24 degrees C; that same temperature measured in Fahrenheit is about 75 F.
38 > 25 so 38 is warmer
14 degrees Celsius is warmer than 14 degrees Fahrenheit: 14ºC = 57.2ºF
no, -3 is warmer than -15
10 degrees Celsius is much warmer 50 degrees Fahrenheit
109 degrees Fahrenheit is equivalent to 42.78 degrees Celsius which is warmer than 35 degrees Celsius.
No, it is not.
Forty degrees Fahrenheit is warmer than 30 degrees Fahrenheit. As the number gets higher, the temperature also goes higher.
I suggest you convert each of the Fahrenheit temperatures to Celsius (or the other way round, each of the Celsius temperatures to Fahrenheit), and then compare.
10 degrees Celsius because that is 10 degrees warmer than the freezing temperature (which is 0 degrees Celsius) where as Fahrenheit would be 23 degrees colder than the freezing temperature (which is 32 degrees Fahrenheit)