Q: What does 35 degrees 25' means?

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180-120-35 = 25 degrees

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25% means 25/100 = 0.25 0.25 * 3500 = 875 --------

35% of 25= 35% * 25= 0.35 * 25= 8.75

35 degrees Fahrenheit is 1.7 degrees Celsius. 35 degrees Celsius is 95 degrees Fahrenheit.

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-25 degrees Fahrenheit is warmer than -35 degrees Fahrenheit.

The freezing temperature of water is 32°F, so the initial temperature of "25 degrees below freezing is (32-25) or 7°F, so raising it by 35 degrees will equal 7 + 35 = 42°Fwhich is also the solution (-25)+35 = 10 degrees above freezing = 42°F

180-120-35 = 25 degrees

25 degrees east and 35-37 degrees north

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35 degrees because the 3 angles of a triangle add up to 180 degrees

An enzyme operating at 35 degrees Celsius means it is working at an elevated temperature compared to typical human body temperature (37 degrees Celsius). This increased temperature may affect the enzyme's activity and stability, potentially leading to changes in its function.

A decrease in temperature of 35 degrees Fahrenheit would feel cooler because Fahrenheit degree intervals are smaller than Celsius degree intervals. This means a change of 35 degrees Fahrenheit corresponds to a larger change in temperature compared to 35 degrees Celsius.

The difference between 25°C and -18°C is 43 degrees. This means that 25°C is warmer than -18°C by 43 degrees.

The temperature on a hot day in the UK can vary, but typically ranges from 25 to 35 degrees Celsius. Heatwaves can occasionally push temperatures above 35 degrees Celsius in certain regions.

The change in temperature from 25°C to -10°C is a decrease of 35°C.