So the way I would go about solving this issue would be to compare Celsius to Fahrenheit. Zero degrees Celsius is 32 Fahrenheit, hence if the temperature was 32 Fahrenheit and one wanted to know how cold it would be if it was twice as cold the next day, I presume that the answer would … More Answer to yesterday’s question.
If it is Zero Degrees Celsius today and tomorrow is twice as cold. How many degrees is it then? I will answer this question to my best capability in tomorrow’s post. Just trying think it through logically and see what comes up. It is good to exercise your brain once in a while. I have … More Question of the day.