At what temperature are Celsius and Fahrenheit equal?

A. -40 degree
B. 40 degree
C. -10 degree
D. 10 degree

Check Answer

The correct answer is option A. -40 degrees.

The temperature at which Celsius and Fahrenheit scales have the same value is -40 degrees. This means that at -40 degrees Celsius, the temperature is also equal to -40 degrees Fahrenheit. This is the only point where the two scales have the same numerical value. In all other cases, the two scales will have different numerical values for the same temperature.
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