5 degrees is colder
it all depends on what scale. 0 degrees Kelvin (K) is the ultimate lowest temperature possible. In Celsius it is -273,15 and it can't get any lower. So 5 degrees below zero is not below 0 K. When you Celsius as scale it means it is 5 degrees below the point that water freezes.
No,because if you add -5 and 10 you get 5 which is not equal to zero. They way you would get 0 as an answer is if you add a negative integer and it's opposite like -5 and 5. Then your answer would be zero.
Four degrees below zero celsius (or -4 degrees C) is nine degrees less than 5 degrees C.
Fahrenheit (F) = Celsius x 5/9 + 32. Accordingly, 180 below zero Celsius equals in Fahrenheit -180x 5/9 + 32. The result is -68 degrees Fahrenheit.
It is: 9/5*(-3)+32 = 26.6 degrees Fahrenheit