In 1753, this word was associated with the Prussian physicist Gabriel Daniel Fahrenheit (1686-1736), who proposed the scale in 1714. It is an abstract surname literally meaning "experience".
It's the name of the German physicist who invented the Fahrenheit scale.
from the physicist Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit
The last name of the person who created the temperature scale.
research come from the word rechercher a french word meaning to search tightly
Fahrenheit the person was German. Fahrenheit the scale is used in the US and its territories.
It is 98.6 degrees fahrenheit.
12 Fahrenheit is cooler. This is because 0 Celsius is 32 Fahrenheit. Also, -40 Celsius = -40 Fahrenheit.
It was name after the physicist Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit who proposed the scale in 1724
Tagalog word for Fahrenheit: Fahrenheit (no direct Tagalog Translation)
Yes. The Fahrenheit scale is based on one proposed by the German physicist Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit.
Named from Gabriel Daniel Fahrenheit. A scientist whom created the Fahrenheit thermometer scale. The surname means "experience"
The Dutch-German-Polish physicist Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit.
There is none. The Fahrenheit scale was not invented until the eighteenth century.
The temperature scale is Fahrenheit, named for scientist Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit.
Kelvin, is another word for celcius. Fahrenheit, is a kind of degrees.