I recently discovered something I had not considered before, and i went overseas on a vacation, then just about everywhere else in the world that you go, Celsius is the favorite temperature scale, but fahrenheit is the temperature scale that I use in my native country, but the truth is that Fahrenheit is not used by undoubtedly many other countries. I honestly feel that’s a shame! When I went on vacation to this far away country, of course, the a/c inside of the hotel room used Celsius. I ended up using the internet to understand what temperature I was setting, because I never honestly became respected enough with converting Celsius to Fahrenheit as well as vice versa to be able to tell off the cuff what the temperature equivalents would be, then the last thing I wanted to do was try as well as use the formula I learned back in junior high! So, I used the internet. I thought it would be a simple matter, but my wifey as well as I discovered something interesting that was right out there in the open, but my pal and I never considered it. The Celsius temperature scale is less precise than the Fahrenheit temperature scale.