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what is the most important number on the thermometer

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  1. This would depend upon exactly why you are taking the temperature. Is it to tell if a person is ill? Is it to tell if food is cool enough to not decompose? Is it to tell the weather forecast?

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  2. what is the most important number on the scale(regarding a thermometer that shows the temperature to tell the weather forecast)

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