Q: What are the two scales on a dual-scale thermometer?

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The 'kelvin' and the celsius 'degree' are identical temperature intervals ... they are the same size. The marks on the kelvin thermometer and the marks on the celsius thermometer are the same distance apart. Both scales have 100 divisions between the freezing and boiling temperatures of water, but the scales start at different places. (Kelvin starts at 'absolute zero', celsius starts at the freezing temperature of water.) The graphs of these two scales are parallel lines. The graphs never intersect, meaning that there is no temperature where kelvin and celsius are the same number.

The two scales are pelog and slendro.

The noun 'scales' is a plural noun, a word form two or more.The singular noun is 'scale'.

The Architect scale have 6 scales, it is a three sided scale with two scales per side. This is also true of the Engineers scale.

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The two scales are Fahrenheit and Celsius.

Fahrenheit, Celsius and Kelvin.

The thermometer scales the temperature.

Fahrenheit and Celsius

Scales work by measuring things. Thermometer scales work by measuring the temperature of the air and certain liquids for example.

A Fahrenheit thermometer will give a reading that is twice that of a Celsius thermometer at -40 degrees, as this is the point where the two temperature scales intersect.

Yes, Fahrenheit's scale was the first of the five main scales.

There is no special name for a maximum-minimum thermometer. It generally consists of two scales one will push a slider up as the temperature increases and the other thermometer pushes a slider down as the temperature goes down. You read it by observing the position of the sliders and then reset it so that the sliders return to the current temperature.

clinical thermometer and lab thermometer

If thermo doesn't have both scales use chart below

The measurement used for hotness and coldness are degrees. There are two scales used Fahrenheit (F) and Celsius (C) with a little ball to the right of the measurement.

The 'kelvin' and the celsius 'degree' are identical temperature intervals ... they are the same size. The marks on the kelvin thermometer and the marks on the celsius thermometer are the same distance apart. Both scales have 100 divisions between the freezing and boiling temperatures of water, but the scales start at different places. (Kelvin starts at 'absolute zero', celsius starts at the freezing temperature of water.) The graphs of these two scales are parallel lines. The graphs never intersect, meaning that there is no temperature where kelvin and celsius are the same number.