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Nitpicking: "Degrees Kelvin" or "Kelvin degrees" is not formally correct. It is "Kelvin", nothing more.
Which is why I said "100 Kelvin".
Read more carefully.
Here's a version with subtitles for the hard of thinking:
"100 Kelvin degrees" (100 OF THE DEGREES IN THE KELVIN MEASUREMENT SYSTEM, not the temperature 100 Kelvin) is equal to (covers the same temperature range as) 180 Fahrenheit degrees (180 of the degrees in the Fahrenheit measurement system, not the temperature 180 Fahrenheit).
Now here's a version for the completely brain dead:
Fahrenheit degrees are smaller than Kelvin ones, so there are more of them.
Pick the one that suits you best.
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I had a cousin who had 5 Batchelors, 3 Masters and 2 Doctorates - he couldn't get a job for love nor money - not even in academia! He ended up editing his CV to only include a couple of relevant degrees and finally got employed!
I also interviewed a guy who had a PhD and was very keen that everyone knew that and thought that would get him the job automatically. He was very condescending to the two us conducting the interview until we mentioned that we both had PhDs as well! He didn't get the job - in fact, we hired a guy with a bit of relevant experience but no degree at all. He did very well.
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