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Sweetyazzy101
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People in the United States know that water boils at 212 Degrees Fahrenheit. In Europe, people know that water boils at 100 degrees Celsius. Is the water in the U.S. different than the water in Europe? What explains the two different temperatures

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Winter834

no, the water is same but the thermometer scales are different  as we know c/5 = f-32/9 where c=Celsius and f=Fahrenheit. (this is the relation between them) so, 100/5=212-32/9 which means 20=180/9

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