it is freezing and cold
32 degrees Fahrenheit.32 oF.
O degrees Celsius at which water freezes
0 degrees Fahrenheit = -17.7 degrees Celsius.
0 degrees Celsius is freezing point and 100 degrees Celsius is boiling point. Any readings outside of these parameters would be inaccurate due to that fact.
32 F, 0 C, 273.15 Kelvin. At STP, pure water freezes at the above temperatures. Note that adding some solute (such as table salt or ethanol) will lower the freezing point (see Freezing Point Depression).
it mean the long 0 degrees through the center... it mean the long 0 degrees through the center...
Because it is not 0 degrees Celsius outside!
Zero degrees? If you mean a dog's temperature of 100 degrees, that's there normal average temperature. Just like 98.6 a human's average temperature. If you mean an outside air temperature of zero, that isn't good for a dog at all. Or do you mean someting to do with altitude, longitude, latitude?
If you mean 0 degrees Celsius, it's the same all over the world.
The melting point of ice is 0 degrees celsius which is 32 degrees F.
Yes, it can go below 0 degrees to minus Celsius for cooler temperatures for example it was -4°c outside
Any freezer will work outside as long as the temperature stays above 0 degrees F.
3 degrees above 0
the answer is 0
0 Degrees. Usually(?) The Equator
If you mean the temperature inside a freezer, these are usually around -18 to -19 degrees celsius or 0 to -2 degrees Fahrenheit