The units of measure in temperature. (Fahrenheit ; Celsius)

Degrees Fahrenheit or Celsius.

Degrees Celsius ( oC) Or Degrees Fahrenheit ( oF)

Degrees Celsius, Fahrenheit, Kelvin

The units of temperature are degrees. You can measure degrees in either Fahrenheit, Celsius, or Kelvin.

You use degrees to measure temperature. ----------------------------------------------------------------- Degrees Fahrenheit (°F), degrees Celsius (°C), or Kelvins (K).

Temperature is usually measured with a thermometer which tells you how many degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit the temperature is (Fahrenheit is the American measure and Celsius is what everyone else uses)

Degrees Centigrade (Celsius), Fahrenheit, or kelvins.

Celsius and Fahrenheit. The absolute or thermodynamic temperature, which is used by scientists, is measured in Kelvin - not degrees. A change in temperature of 1 K is equivalent to a change of 1 Celsius degree.

You can measure anything in degrees Celsius that you can in Fahrenheit.

There are three different units of measure for temperature, degrees Fahrenheit, degrees Celsius, or Kelvins. (Degrees are not used with Kelvins.)

75 degrees Fahrenheit is a measure of temperature equal to 23.89 degrees Celsius

Temperature is measured using degrees Celsius (ºC) or degrees Fahrenheit (ºF).

Americans are the only ones that use Fahrenheit to measure temperature. Everyone else uses Celsius.

That would be its temperature expressed in degrees of Fahrenheit, Celsius or centigrade.

The absolute measure of temperature is Kelvin. The most common measure is degrees Celsius (or centigrade) but there are also degrees of the Fahrenheit, Reaumur, Rankine, Romer, Delisle and Newton scales.

Scientists measure temperature in Kelvin. The popular unit to measure temperature is degrees Celsius (also known as Centigrade). A few countries use degrees Fahrenheit instead.

Fahrenheit and Celsius degrees are units of temperature scales, which basically measure how "hot" something is. Both measure in increments called degrees, but the degrees are not the same size on both scales. Water freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit (32 °F) or at 0 degrees Celsius (0 °C). Water boils at 212 degrees Fahrenheit (212 °F) or 100 degrees Celsius (100 °C). The range between where water freezes and where water boils, is therefore 180 degrees Fahrenheit or 100 degrees Celsius. So 180 Fahrenheit degrees cover the same interval as 100 Celsius degrees. And there are 1.8 Fahrenheit degrees for every 1 Celsius degree. When a temperature changes by 1°C, it changes by 1.8°F. Converting from Each Scale (see the related question) (see the related links for online conversion)

Celsius degrees measure temperature.

40 degrees Celsius = 104 degrees Fahrenheit, so at that temperature one needs to be in a hospital.

Degrees: Fahrenheit, or Celsius To get Fahrenheit from Celsius: Multiply the temperature (Celsius) times 1.8, then add 32 ex: 40 deg C X (1.8 )= 72 + (32) = 104 degrees Fahrenheit

The absolute measure of temperature is Kelvin. The most common measure is degrees Celsius (or centigrade) but there are also degrees of the Fahrenheit, Reaumur, Rankine, Romer, Delisle and Newton scales.

Assuming the K means Kelvin - which in itself is a measure of temperature.31.73 degrees Fahrenheit-0.15 degrees Celsius

Typically degrees fahrenheit or degrees celsius.

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