[quote=421209:@Thomas Eckert]This is just wrong.
Celsius and Fahrenheit are degree units. These have always the sign of degree. See wikipedia Celsius, wikipedia Fahrenheit.
Kelvin is a SI base unit an and you write never a degree sign with Kelvin (wikipedia Kelvin)![/quote]
Yep. Righto. I wouldn’t go as far to say it’s “wrong”, but I accept it, and have changed it back to include the degrees symbol.
The reason I’ve done so is because, yes, I agree that it IS actually the correct way to show it. Thankyou. That’s not to say that just using C/F/K to describe degrees is unclear, but in this case, there is no reason NOT to be correct, and there are no real ramifications either way.
This is what I’ve ended up with:
Now, before anyone questions why the degrees symbols, ie. Degrees of Temperature and Degrees of Angle don’t look the same, well, I’ll give you the mail: It’s purely an aesthetic choice.
It does however make me think about degrees. Why the Heck do we have degrees, using the same symbol for heat or an angle? Is there a relationship that I don’t understand?
I only went as far as Year 11 Physics, which I failed.