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Rank the size of a change in temperature of one degree fahrenheit, one degree celsius and one kelvin

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    well, we know that water freezes at -32 degrees Fahrenheit and boils at 212 degrees Fahrenheit we also know that water freezes at 0 degrees Celcius and boils at 100 degrees Fahrenheit on the Fahrenheit scale, there are more divisions between those two temperatures, so we conclude that a change in temperature of one degree Fahrenheit is smaller than a change in one degree Celcius a temperature change in one Kelvin is the same as a change in one degree Celcius so the order is: Fahrenheit is the smallest, then Kelvin and Celsius are the same

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