liquid has deferent density at deferent temperature and so deferent volume 20 degree Centigrade is written on measuring mean that this cylinder will give accurate volume at 20 degree centigrade
yes. the centigrade and Celsius are equal. 1 degree Centigrade = 1 degree Celsius
0 degree centigrade to 4 degree centigrade.
A Fahrenheit degree is 5/9 the size of a centigrade degree.
There is no real difference. In scientific usage, "degree centigrade" is more common than "centigrade degree" since the typical abbreviation is, for example, 40oC instead of 40 Co.
Yes. 1 degree of Fahrenheit is 5/9 of a degree Celsius (centigrade)
The instrument you would use to measure temperature is a thermometer!!!!!
1 kelvin = -272.15 degrees centigrade.
Falsh point of Plastic is 180 degree centigrade Falsh point of Plastic is 180 degree centigrade
15 degree centigrade