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Scales of temperature measured in degrees
Common scales of temperature measured in degrees:
- Celsius (Â°C)
- Kelvin (K), which uses the Celsius scale, adjusted so that 0 kelvins is equal to absolute zero.
- Fahrenheit (Â°F)
- Rankine (Â°R or Â°Ra), which uses the Fahrenheit scale, adjusted so that 0 degrees Rankine is equal to absolute zero.
Other scales of temperature:
The degree Kelvin (Â°K) is a former name for the SI unit of temperature on the thermodynamic (absolute) temperature scale. Since 1967 it has been known simply as the kelvin, with symbol K. Degree absolute (Â°A) is obsolete terminology, often referring specifically to the kelvin but sometimes the degree Rankine as well.
- Boiling point of water: 100.0 Â°C / 212.0 Â°F
- Melting point of ice: 0.0 Â°C / 32.0 Â°F
- Typical human body temperature: 37.0 Â°C / 98.6 Â°F
- Room temperature: 20 - 25 Â°C / 68 - 77 Â°F
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Answers:not normal but not bad. my regualr temp is always low and the problem i have is i'm always hot, as in sweating, because my body temp feels like it has to cool down. furhter, anytime i'm in bed w/ a woman, they think i feel warm (due to the fact that i give off so much heat) that they cuddle up to me all the time and i feel even hotter!
Answers:It is completely normal! The average body temp. is 96F-98F Hope this helps:]]
Answers:when the white blood cells invaded by virus they produce pyrogens that cause high temp called fever. this is a natural ways a body function trying to kill the virus and bacterias for an adult, it will be better for a person to tolerate the fever without medicine. temp of 100.4F to 104.0F for 3 - 4 days is okay. as you know there is no medicine can kill common cold virus. drink plenty of fluid as you may be dehydrated temp 105.8F is hospital emergency.
Answers:Your thermometer is broken, or you have been drinking cold liquids before using an oral thermometer. Hypothermia is defined as a body temperature of 95 degrees. If your temp was 96 degrees you'd be shivering uncontrollably and unable to type the question.