# One degree celsius indicates the same temperature change as what (which of the following is correct)

one degree fahrenheit
one kelvin
9/5 kelvin
5/9 degree fahrenheit

9/5 deg F

9/5 deg f was not an option
my options were

5/9 Degree fahrenheit
9/5 kelvin
one kelvin
one degree fahrenheit

the question was
one degree celsius indicates the same temperature change as ___________

I had the same question in my test. 9/5 degree fahrenheit was not an option.

## Apologies for the confusion. Let's break down the options to determine the correct answer.

To convert between Celsius (°C) and Fahrenheit (°F), you can use the formula:

°F = (9/5) * °C + 32

From the options you provided:
- One degree Fahrenheit (°F) is not equivalent to one degree Celsius (°C).
- One Kelvin (K) is the same temperature difference as one degree Celsius (°C), but it does not directly correlate to Fahrenheit.

Therefore, the correct answer is 5/9 degree Fahrenheit (°F). This is because one degree Fahrenheit is equal to (5/9) degree Celsius.

If the given options did not include the correct answer (5/9 degree Fahrenheit), it might have been an oversight or a mistake on the test. In such cases, it is best to reach out to the instructor or exam coordinator to clarify the situation.