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No.

The only time that such a statement might be true is in the absolute scale for temperature - which is measured in Kelvin (not degree Kelvin).

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Degrees Celsius are always 'hotter' than degrees Fahrenheit: 100ºC = 212.00ºF

80 degrees Celsius is hotter than 20 degrees Celsius. (Higher positive numbers are hotter temperatures on all modern scales.)

97 degrees Celsius is hotter than 97 degrees Fahrenheit.

Since Celsius degrees are larger than Fahrenheit degrees, above -40 degrees (where the scales coincide) any number in Celsius will be hotter than the corresponding number in Fahrenheit.

No, its colder. Water freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit and 0 degrees Celsius, so 5 degrees Celsius would be hotter.

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Degrees Celsius are always 'hotter' than degrees Fahrenheit: 100ºC = 212.00ºF

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yes. seven is hotter than 2 million degrees.

It's 54,000 degrees Fahrenheit! That's a super hot degrees! It's five times hotter than our sun!

No. It's just six degrees hotter. The relationship is additive, not multiplicative. They are points on a continuous scale and not discrete countable quantities like eight objects.

No it is not. the suns core is 15 million degrees Celsius. Lightning does not even come close to that hot. Lightning is, however, about 5 times hotter than the surface of the sun.

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80 degrees Celsius is hotter than 20 degrees Celsius. (Higher positive numbers are hotter temperatures on all modern scales.)

97 degrees Celsius is hotter than 97 degrees Fahrenheit.