What Is the Difference between Celsius and Centigrade?

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The Celsius and Centigrade temperature scales are the same temperature scales where zero degrees occurs at the freezing point of water and one hundred degrees is at the boiling point of water, however, the Celsius scale uses a zero that can be precisely defined.
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They are the same thing. The temperature scale also called Centigrade is named after the Swedish astronomer, Anders Celsius where the temperature of water froze at 1 degree and boiled
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Celsius is a totally different way of measuring temperature in
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They're the same temperature scale. It was originally named centigrade because there are 100 degrees between the freezing and boiling points of water. It was later renamed Celsius
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1. Multiply the temperature in Fahrenheit by nine. As an example, the boiling point of water is 100 degrees Celsius. Multiplying by nine gives you 900. 2. Divide this figure by five
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