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Maße & Gewichte:

1 foot = 12 inches = 30,5 cm

1 yard = 3 feet = 91,5 cm

1 mile = 1,609 km

1 ounce = 16 drams = 28,35 g

1 pound = 16 ounces = 453,59 g

Entfernungen:

1 km = 0,62 Miles

5 km = 3,05 Miles

10 km = 6,2 Miles

25 km = 15,25 Miles

40 km = 25 Miles

50 km = 31 Miles

60 km = 37 Miles

80 km = 50 Miles

100 km= 62 Miles

120 km= 74 Miles

Temperaturen:

Die Temperaturen werden in "Fahrenheit" gemessen (nach dem deutschen Physiker Gabriel Daniel Fahrenheit, 1686-1736, der das Thermometer erfand).

0 Grad Celsius = 32 Grad Fahrenheit (Gefrierpunkt)

100 Grad Celsius = 212 Grad Fahrenheit (Siedepunkt)

37 Grad Celsius = 98,6 Grad Fahrenheit (Körpertemperatur)

Die Klimaanlage im Hotelzimmer oder im Auto stellt man am besten auf 65 bis 68 Grad Fahrenheit ein, das sind 18 bis 20 Grad Celsius.






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