How are Fahrenheit and Celsius different?

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For water. Fahrenheit uses 32 degrees as the freezing point and 212 as the boiling point. Celsius uses 0 degrees as the freezing point and 100 as the boiling point. So, any temperature in Fahrenheit can be converted to a temperature in Celsius by
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