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It's depends of how many measurement you record in a hot water compared to a cold water. But usually hot objects such as (water) measured is approxiametly 25 degree celcius and cold water is below on that (25 to -25 below). The higher the temperature the higher the temperature of an object..
no it is based in how the temperature affects the object like water in BOILING POINT it is 100 degrees celcius and the freezing point is -(negative) or 0 dEGREES CELCIUS