That would be SIX degrees !
No, the "degrees" have the same name but are different sizes. (Celsius degrees are larger intervals than Fahrenheit degrees.) A change of 1 degree Celsius is the same as a change of 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit.
16 degrees Celsius, perhaps?
Yes, the more lower the temperature is, the more colder it is.
Yes more than 106
same size. Between freezing water and boiling water, there are 180 Fahrenheit degrees (32 to 212) and 100 Celsius degrees (0 to 100). So Fahrenheit degrees are smaller, because it takes more of them to cover the same range of temperature. 1 Fahrenheit degree = 5/9 of a Celsius degree (0.555...) 1 Celsius degree = 1.8 Fahrenheit degrees
Degrees is the measure for angles and temperature. "Degree" can apply to many things other than angles and temperature. In fact, a degree of angles is quite different from a degree of temperature. You might say more exactly that there are degrees F, degrees C, and degrees K acting as units of temperature measurements, in fact. Also more precisely, you might say that there are 'degrees of arc' as the unit measure of angles. But then, so are 'minutes' and 'seconds' a measure of arc - smaller units of a degree.
Celsius degrees are larger than Fahrenheit degrees.
If you mean what temperature is a degree warmer than -7, it would be -6.
72 degrees F.72 degrees F.72 degrees F.72 degrees F.
35 deg C. A Celsius degree is bigger than a Fahrenheit degree.
If its only a degree or two off, I wouldn't worry too much about it. If its more than 5 degrees off, than you may have a problem I'd say! :)
75F equals 23.9C
A dog's normal temperature is between 100 and 101 degrees. During a female dog's heat cycle, her temperature should not vary more than one degree. If it's higher than 101 or lower than 100, see a vet as soon as possible.