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A scale for measuring temperature that is most widely used in the United States. On the Fahrenheit scale, water freezes at 32 degrees (written 32?F) and boils at 212 degrees (212?F). This is contrasted to the Centigrade scale, which is used for scientific measurements as well as being the scale used in Canada and most of Europe. For comparison, freezing of water is at 0?C or 32?F
 
A scale for measuring temperature that is most widely used in the United States. On the Fahrenheit scale, water freezes at 32 degrees (written 32?F) and boils at 212 degrees (212?F). This is contrasted to the Centigrade scale, which is used for scientific measurements as well as being the scale used in Canada and most of Europe. For comparison, freezing of water is at 0?C or 32?F
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Celsius and Fahrenheit Scales

A scale for measuring temperature that is most widely used in the United States. On the Fahrenheit scale, water freezes at 32 degrees (written 32?F) and boils at 212 degrees (212?F). This is contrasted to the Centigrade scale, which is used for scientific measurements as well as being the scale used in Canada and most of Europe. For comparison, freezing of water is at 0?C or 32?F