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Do you say "work under a temperature of 100°F" or "work in a temperature of 100°F"?
And do you say "...temperatures of over 100°" or "...temperatures over 100°"?
Thank you in advance!

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Do you say "work under a temperature of 100°F" or "work in a temperature of 100°F"?
And do you say "...temperatures of over 100°" or "...temperatures over 100°"?
Thank you in advance!
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