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## Celsius and Fahrenheit Scales MCQ Quiz : Physics MCQs

MCQ 1: 100° is temperature of

A) normal body
B) boiling point of water
C) freezing point of water
D) accepted comfort level

MCQ 2: 0° on the Celsius scale measures the same temperature as on the Fahrenheit scale of

A) 32°
B) 12°
C) 0°
D) 1°

MCQ 3: Zero of Fahrenheit scale is

A) 98.6°F
B) 0°F
C) 1°F
D) −1°F

MCQ 4: Human accepted comfort zone Celsius temperature is

A) 20°C
B) 0°C
C) 37°C
D) −18°C

MCQ 5: Normal human body temperature in Fahrenheit is

A) 212°F
B) 98.6°F
C) 68°F
D) 32°F

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