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It is possible to perform the same adjustment to the Fahrenheit scale, in which case the adjustment is approximately 459[degrees] and the resulting scale is referred to as the Rankine scale.
Since there are 100 degrees and 180 degrees of measurement in Celsius and Fahrenheit scale respectively, each degree on the Celsius scale is equal to 180/100 or 9/5 degrees on the Fahrenheit scale.
Primarily, it's difficult to use B100 in the wintertime due to fuel gelling at temperatures below the mid-thirties on the Fahrenheit scale.