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Suppose you are presenting a science project that compares the temperatures of several different substances. Would you present your findings using degrees Farenheit, Celcius, or Kelvin? Explain.

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    What substances are you comparing? If one was liquid nitrogen, I would suggest Kelvin.

    Also, you need to consider your audience. What scale would they be most likely to understand?

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