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*Temperature printable worksheet*

Temperature is often measured in degrees Celsius,$^\circ C$, or degrees Fahrenheit,$^\circ F$.

The freezing point of water is $0^\circ$C and $32^\circ$F.

The boiling point of water is $100^\circ$C and $212^\circ$F.

**Is there a temperature at which Celsius and Fahrenheit readings are the same?**

Can you describe a way of converting Fahrenheit readings into Celsius?

Can you describe a way of converting Celsius readings into Fahrenheit?

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