Temperature is an interesting value. It’s something all of us experience at every moment of every day. We feel the temperature of so many things that it becomes second nature; the air around us, our clothes, the things we pick up with our hands, the food we eat, the water we drink and bathe in. Since it is something we experience constantly every day, there is a myriad of ways to represent temperature to communicate it to someone else.Numbers
The primary method we use to communicate temperature is just a single number. This number could be on one of several different scales. The US commonly uses Fahrenheit, while the rest of the world has intelligently converted to Celsius, and some scientists use Kelvin. No matter which scale gets used, the number represents the amount of thermal energy there is per particle.
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