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TEMPERATURE
Say Good-Night
to Fahrenheit!

 CONVERT TEMPERATURE °FAHRENHEIT to °CELSIUS                                                                            °CELSIUS to °FAHRENHEIT

Sing Along!
"Make a cube, one tenth the unit meter...
It's the volume of exactly one
liter...
It's the mass of exactly one
kilogram
Water Boils at 100 and at zero it Freezes!"

 0 °C (Celsius) That Is! (at sea level)

Ideal Temperature for Singing Along is about 20° Celsius
(Room Temperature is
20° C)

A Quick Temperature Conversion in Reverse
16 °Celsius is about 61 °Fahrenheit
and  28 °Celsius is about 82 °Fahrenheit

DID YOU KNOW? (Video)

SMALLER METRIC MEASURES

 1 cm³ (1 cubic centimeter) filled with water contains exactly 1 mL (1 milliliter) and is the mass  of exactly 1 g (1 gram)

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