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FAHRENHEIT. Instructions: Take a look at these hot questions about heat. Get the most right and cool down with some donuts! (All answers will be in Fahrenheit degrees…). FAHRENHEIT. QUESTIONS. #1. How hot is the surface of the sun?. A. 10,000 degrees. B. 12,000 degrees. C. 15,000 degrees.

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**Instructions:Take a look at these hot questions about heat.**Get the most right and cool down with some donuts! (All answers will be in Fahrenheit degrees…)**FAHRENHEIT**QUESTIONS**#1**How hot is the surface of the sun? A. 10,000 degrees B. 12,000 degrees C. 15,000 degrees**#2**A book was published in 1953 with ‘Fahrenheit’ in the title. What was the temperature that accompanied it? A. 32 degrees B. 212 degrees C. 451 degrees**#3**At what temperature does water boil? A. 32 degrees B. 212 degrees C. 300 degrees**#4**What is Miami’s average temperature for July? A. 84 degrees B. 89 degrees C. 91 degrees**#5**At what temperature does lead melt? A. 584 degrees B. 621 degrees C. 632 degrees**#6**The Fahrenheit system was named after an 18th century scientist. What was his first name? A. Francis B. Daniel C. Alexander**#7**What is Chicago’s average temperature in January? A. 26 degrees B. 29 degrees C. 32 degrees**#8**The hottest ever recorded temperature on earth was in Iran. How hot was it? A. 98 degrees B. 122 degrees C. 159 degrees**#9**Which of these colors is the “hottest”? A. red B. white C. blue**#10**If your temperature is 50 degrees Celsius, how hot is that in Fahrenheit? A. 89 degrees B. 122 degrees C. 190 degrees**FAHRENHEIT**ANSWERS**#1**How hot is the surface of the sun? A. 10,000 degrees B. 12,000 degrees C. 15,000 degrees**#1**How hot is the surface of the sun? A. 10,000 degrees**#2**A book was published in 1953 with ‘Fahrenheit’ in the title. What was the temperature that accompanied it? A. 32 degrees B. 212 degrees C. 451 degrees**#2**A book was published in 1953 with ‘Fahrenheit’ in the title. What was the temperature that accompanied it? C. 451 degrees**#3**At what temperature does water boil? A. 32 degrees B. 212 degrees C. 300 degrees**#3**At what temperature does water boil? B. 212 degrees**#4**What is Miami’s average temperature for July? A. 84 degrees B. 89 degrees C. 91 degrees**#4**What is Miami’s average temperature for July? C. 91 degrees**#5**At what temperature does lead melt? A. 584 degrees B. 621 degrees C. 632 degrees**#5**At what temperature does lead melt? B. 621 degrees**#6**The Fahrenheit system was named after an 18th century scientist. What was his first name? A. Francis B. Daniel C. Alexander**#6**The Fahrenheit system was named after an 18th century scientist. What was his first name? B. Daniel**#7**What is Chicago’s average temperature in January? A. 26 degrees B. 29 degrees C. 32 degrees**#7**What is Chicago’s average temperature in January? C. 32 degrees**#8**The hottest ever recorded temperature on earth was in Iran. How hot was it? A. 98 degrees B. 122 degrees C. 159 degrees**#8**The hottest ever recorded temperature on earth was in Iran. How hot was it? C. 159 degrees**#9**Which of these colors is the “hottest”? A. red B. white C. blue**#9**Which of these colors is the “hottest”? C. blue**#10**If your temperature is 50 degrees Celsius, how hot is that in Fahrenheit? A. 89 degrees B. 122 degrees C. 190 degrees**#10**If your temperature is 50 degrees Celsius, how hot is that in Fahrenheit? B. 122 degrees**FAHRENHEIT**TIE-BREAKERS**#TB1**What temperature is called “absolute zero”? A. -189.01 degrees B. -334.89 degrees C. -459.67 degrees**FAHRENHEIT**TIE-BREAKERS**#TB1**What temperature is called “absolute zero”? A. -189.01 degrees B. -334.89 degrees C. -459.67 degrees**#TB1**What temperature is called “absolute zero”? C. -459.67 degrees**FAHRENHEIT**TIE-BREAKERS**#TB2**What year did the Fahrenheit system begin? A. 1492 B. 1717 C. 1724**FAHRENHEIT**TIE-BREAKERS**#TB2**What year did the Fahrenheit system begin? A. 1492 B. 1717 C. 1724**#TB2**What year did the Fahrenheit system begin? C. 1724**FAHRENHEIT**TIE-BREAKERS**#TB3**Pick the hot number between 1 and 50.**FAHRENHEIT**TIE-BREAKERS**#TB3**Pick the hot number between 1 and 50.**#TB3**Pick the hot number between 1 and 50. 33

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