## Did Fahrenheit 451 have a sequel?

Fahrenheit 451 the Sequel, in Which Montag Selects a Surprising Book to Become. “Thanks,” said Montag, raising the offered cup to his lips and taking a much-needed sip. It had been a month now since Montag ” a former fireman in charge of burning books ” had fled his job and society and joined the Book People.

**Is Fahrenheit 451 a prequel?**

There’s a prequel, but you probably haven’t read it At one point in the novel, Clarisse tells Montag her uncle was once arrested for being a pedestrian, which many take as a veiled reference to Bradbury’s short story The Pedestrian, published in 1951.

**Is Fahrenheit 451 a Series?**

Fahrenheit 451 developed out of a series of ideas Bradbury had visited in previously written stories.

### What came first Celsius or Fahrenheit?

He originally had the scale in the opposite order of the scale used today ” 0°C was the boiling point of water, and 100°C was the freezing point ” but other scientists later reversed the scale. The Fahrenheit scale was first proposed in 1724 by the German physicist Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit.

**Why is Celcius and Farenheit?**

The freezing point of water in Celsius is 0 degrees and the boiling point is 100 degrees. In Fahrenheit, water boils at 212 degrees and freezes at 32 degrees. Celsius is based on a scale separation of 100 while Fahrenheit is based on 180 degree separation.

**Why did Fahrenheit choose 32 and 212?**

After Fahrenheit’s death in 1736, the Fahrenheit scale was recalibrated to make it slightly more accurate. The exact freezing and boiling points of plain water, minus the salt, were marked at 32 and 212 degrees Fahrenheit, respectively.

## Why do Celsius and Fahrenheit meet 40?

And since the Celsius representation at these points is a higher number than the Fahrenheit representation, and the Celsius one is falling faster, then they will end up intersecting. -40 is just the number where they happen to intersect. Because of the formula they’re related to each other.

**Which is colder or F?**

They are equally cold. It is at -40 that the two scales give the same reading. “The Fahrenheit and Celsius scales converge at ’40 degrees (i.e. ’40 °F and ’40 °C represent the same temperature).” Answer has 5 votes.

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