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40 degrees fahrenheit 40 degrees celsius is way higher then it is fahrenheit.

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60 Fahrenheit is cooler because 26 degrees Celsius = 78.8 degrees Fahrenheit.

20 degrees Celsius is 68 degrees Fahrenheit; but I like it cooler than that in the Winter.

No, is Celsius is hotter than 92 degrees Fahrenheit

At -40 degrees, Celsius and Fahrenheit are equal. Warmer than that, and Fahrenheit will have the bigger number than Celsius. Cooler than -40 and Celsius will have a bigger number than Fahrenheit.

1 degree Celsius (or 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit) cooler than the normal body temperature.

50 degrees Fahrenheit is much cooler than 80C. 80C equals 175F

the temperature is 35 degrees fahrenheit

35°C = 95°F 35°F = 2°C 35° Fahrenheit is much cooler. * * * * * F is cooler for temperatures down to minus 40 degrees (C or F). Below that the Celsius temp is colder.

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 °C is equal to 50 °FThe conversion formula is Fahrenheit temperature = (9/5 x Celsius temperature)+ 3210 °F is equal to - 12.2 °CThe conversion formula is Celsius temperature = 5/9 x (Fahrenheit temperature - 32)So clearly 10 °F is much cooler than 10 °C.

No. 37° F is the same temperature as 2.7° C. 37° C is the same temperature as 98.6° F. For any number above -40, the Celsius is warmer than the Fahrenheit. For any number below -40, the Celsius is cooler than the Fahrenheit.

35 deg C. A Celsius degree is bigger than a Fahrenheit degree.

12 Fahrenheit is cooler. This is because 0 Celsius is 32 Fahrenheit. Also, -40 Celsius = -40 Fahrenheit.

Both are temperature scale but there range is different. Normal celsius scale is from 0 to 100 and fahrenhite from 32 to 212.To me, Celsius makes much more sense 0 being freezing and 100 being boiling, but doesn't Fahrenheit sound cooler. I mean, come on 'It is cool outside with a temperature of 72 degrees.' It just sounds so much cooler.Degrees used for thermometers. Fahrenheit is used in the US. Celsius us used everywhere else in the world. I think Fahrenheit is also used in other parts of the world

35 deg C. A Celsius degree is bigger than a Fahrenheit degree.

32 degrees Fahrenheit is cooler because you double the Celsius and add 32.

Tip of cigarette burns at a hot 1700 degree Fahrenheit (926 degrees Celsius) when the smoker inhales. In between puffs, it burns at a cooler temperature.

Converting both to the same scale we'll see that 0 °F = -17.77 °C that makes 0 degrees Fahrenheit cooler than 0 degrees Celsius

Start by taking the number in Celsius and multiply it by 9. Then divide that number by 5, and then add 32. This is how you convert Celsius to Fahrenheit or use the equation F = (9/5)C + 32In this case, the answer is about 91.4 degrees Fahrenheit.

Slightly cooler than the human body temperature.

It is much cooler and can drop to 10 degrees celsius

A humans at 98.6 Fahrenheit. The irony is that 100 Fahrenheit was supposed to be the normal human body temperature but Mr. Fahrenheit must have had a temperature on the day that he measured it !

Sixty degrees Fahrenheit is a bit cooler than normal room temperature. Sixty degrees Celsius is hotter than the hottest weather that we ever experience, and if the weather ever got that hot, it would be fatal.

With respect, the question doesn't make a lot of sense. The measuring scale you use doesn't change the warmth of the thing measured. Degrees Fahrenheit are 'smaller' than degrees Celsius but this doesn't make Fahrenheit warmer or cooler. It only means that whole degrees change more quickly as the temperature of something rises or falls. Just-frozen water is at 32 degrees Fahrenheit and just-boiling water is at 212 degrees Fahrenheit. So that whole range of temperature is broken into 180 steps or degrees. The very same temperature range is broken into 100 degrees when measured on the Celsius scale. It is similar to measuring the elapsed time of exactly 1 week. You can measure it in weeks, days, hours or minutes. The absolute numbers of the measurements will be very different, but the thing measured remains exactly 1 week.

About 0.15 degrees Celsius cooler than today.