What is °?


" Degrees"; the " degree" sign. Commonly used in temperatures, angles, and geographical coordinates, it can typed on a PC by hitting Alt-0176 (using the numeric keypad), and its HTMLcode is °. I wouldn't be surprised if someone's used it in a jobadvertisement before.

It was 92°F (33°C) outside today.

There are 360° in a circle.

Hlp wntd, PT/FT, $8-12/hr, no ° req.

See degree, degrees, angle, temperature, fahrenheit, celsius


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