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Miike012

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Answer is in document.

The problem does make sense to me because how can you compare three difference temperature scales, and this is why I am posting the problem to make sure I am correct.

Basically what I did was assumed that the numbers at the bottom corresponded to absolute zero for the given scale then I calculated the difference between the ranges of the scale.

If this is correct I believe a general statement can be made here. the boiling point and freezing point of all temperature scales are related assuming all temperature scales are callibrated equally.

The problem does make sense to me because how can you compare three difference temperature scales, and this is why I am posting the problem to make sure I am correct.

Basically what I did was assumed that the numbers at the bottom corresponded to absolute zero for the given scale then I calculated the difference between the ranges of the scale.

If this is correct I believe a general statement can be made here. the boiling point and freezing point of all temperature scales are related assuming all temperature scales are callibrated equally.