Comfortable Room Temperature?

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In the United Kingdom, room temperature is the common range of 20 °C (68 °F) to 29 °C (84 °F). A room temperature wearing the normal amount of clothing, enough heat is able to radiate away from our bodies where skin is exposed (C), through our faces and ears (B), and through the clothing itself (A), to keep us feeling comfortable.
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Answer I think that a comfortable room temperature is between 70 and 72 °F (21-22 °C)
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The preferred temperature of a baby's room is 68 to 72 degrees. It is important to keep the temperature consistently in this range, because a newborn's temperature-regulating system
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Cats have a higher body temperature than us and prefer to be warm. They also like to lie around in the sun. So any normal temperature, probably 75-85 degrees would be preferable.
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Comfortable room temperature is a term used to indicate a certain temperature to which humans are familiar. Room temperature is thus regularly indicated by general human comfort, with the common range of 20 ?C (68 ?F) to 27 ?C (80 ?F), though people may become acclimatized to top or lesser temperatures.
A comfortable room temperature would be around 70 degrees Fahrenheit, or 21 degrees Celsius. It is standard. The thermostat is at 74 with the A/C on or 70 when the furnace is running.
Comfortable room temperature is 22 degrees Celsius or 72 degrees Fran-height. The body temperature is considerably warmer than comfortable room temperature. The comfortable room temperature is therefore 37 degrees Celsius when naked since it's the normal body temperature.
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