Examples of temperature scales are the Fahrenheit, Celsius, and Kelvin temperature scales. These are all different ways of communicating temperature, and in each scale, a degree has the same value, but they’ve all been shifted to have different starting points. For example, the Kelvin temperature scale priortizes absolute zero by assigning it the value of 0 degrees Kelvin. In Celsius, which prioritizes, the freezing and boiling point of water (0 and 100 degrees Celsius), absolute zero is -273 degrees Celsius, a difficult to remember, and random number. But, despite where the scales begin, 1 degree K = 1 degree C = 1 degree F.
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