What did Celsius discover that made the Fahrenheit scale not precise enough?

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What did Celsius discover that made the Fahrenheit scale not precise enough?

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Thành Đạt 5 months 2021-08-22T14:08:22+00:00 1 Answers 3 views 0

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    2021-08-22T14:10:19+00:00

    After all, the freezing point of water is a perfect 0 degrees Celsius — not the inexplicable 32 degrees in Fahrenheit. Also, the boiling point of water in Celsius is right at 100 degrees (Okay, 99.98, but what’s a couple hundredths of a degree among friends?) — instead of the awkward 212 degrees Fahrenheit. There is also the fact that Fahrenheit is a more precise scale than Celsius, meaning the difference in temperature between each degree is smaller. … So you can be more accurate when measuring temperatures using Fahrenheit without resorting to fractions and decimals

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