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Re: Temperature scales


Bruce Richardson wrote:
> 
>    If you want to learn about the two temperature scales in use in the U.S.
> just buy a cheap thermometer in any store. I have neve found one in yet in

This is true. Even in the U.S., both scales are shown, as are both
scales on the car odometer (mi/km).

>   I was wondering where AB was -some state in the south of the U.S. I
> gather. I have been through one called Alabama once that seems to fit.

"AB" is the two-letter postal abbreviation for Alberta (Canada). I think
Alabama is AL and Alaska is AK.

Jane Mattei
jmattei@mail.leoburnett.com





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