The Fahrenheit (°F) temperature scale is used for measuring temperature in the U.S. customary system of measurement. The temperature is expressed in degrees Fahrenheit (°F).
Two reference points for this temperature scale are:
32°F (the freezing point of water)
212°F (the boiling point of water)
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The Fahrenheit temperature scale was developed in the early 1700s by a German scientist named Gabriel David Fahrenheit. He was the first person to make a mercury thermometer.
Also called Fahrenheit scale.