# EQUAL TEMPERATURE

What place in this world can have their temperatures Fahrenheit and Celsius equal?

Note by Asmita Rastogi
4 years, 5 months ago

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The temperature that Fahrenheit and Celsius is equal is at $$40^{\circ}$$. Here are some of the coldest places on Earth:

1. Antarctica (-130 degrees Fahrenheit at the minimum)
2. Verkhoyansk, Russia (-50.4 degrees Fahrenheit on average in January)
3. Oymyakon, Russia (a record of -90 degrees F in winter)
4. Yakutsk, Russia (average high is at -34 degrees F, record $$-81.4^{\circ}$$)
5. Hell, Norway (no, seriously!)
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-40 degree

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-40 degree celsius

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