1. What is the temperature 32 degrees Fahrenheit in degrees Celsius? A. 0 degrees Celsius B. 10 degrees Celsius C. 20 degrees Celsius D. –10 degrees Celsius
0 degrees Celsius is the equivalent of 32 degrees Fahrenheit.
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