Fahrenheit is a temperature measurement unit and a scale developed in the beginning of the 18th century by a German physicist and scientists D. G. Fahrenheit. This unit is widely used in the US and other countries of the world using the Imperial system. It is accepted by SI with the given symbol F. Fahrenheit scale is based on two fixed points: 32F is defined as water freezing point, and 212F is water boiling point.
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