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    My physics lab refers to Fscale and Fs. Can you tell me what this likely refers to?

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    The F-scale in physics refers to Fahrenheit scale. This (in short simply 'F') is a unit in the FPS system of measurement of physical entities. In the Fahrenheit temperature scale, temperature scale in which the temperature difference between two reference temperatures, the melting and boiling points of water, is divided into 180 equal intervals called degrees. The freezing point is taken as 32°F and the boiling point as 212°F. ...

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