Q: What is colder 0 or -2 degree?

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-3 degrees Fahrenheit is colder.

The monomial -2 has a degree of 0.

A quadratic. For example, x^2 + 3x - 7xy - 12y - 25 = 0

If x^2 is second degree, and x (which is x^1) is first degree, then a constant would be zeroth degree, I think since x^0 = 1 for any non-zero x.

Yes.

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0 Fahrenheit is colder.

0 degree Fahrenheit is colder then 1 degree Fahrenheit

-3 degrees Fahrenheit is colder.

-2F is colder than 1F

3 degrees Fahrenheit

Yes, 0 degrees Fahrenheit is colder than 0 degrees Celsius. 0 degrees Fahrenheit is equivalent to -17.78 degrees Celsius.

If you mean the air around them is 0 degrees, then the steel would be colder.

0 degrees Celsius is colder than 5 degrees Celsius. Temperature decreases as the numerical value decreases, so 0 degrees is colder than 5 degrees.

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1 i colder than 7

Yes, -12 degrees Celsius is colder than -3 degrees Celsius because -12 is further from 0 on the temperature scale than -3. The larger the negative number, the colder it is.

The monomial -2 has a degree of 0.