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1. Temperatures on the moon are quite extreme, ranging from 110ံC to - 173ံC.

2. Temperatures on the moon can range from 110ံC to - 173ံC.

3. Temperatures on the moom can be from 110ံC to - 173ံC.

4. Temperatures on the moon can be extreme from 110ံC to - 173ံC.

Do the sentences have the same meaning? Thanks in advance.

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1. Temperatures on the moon are quite extreme, ranging from 110ံC to - 173ံC.The word 'extreme' suggests you are making a subjective comment. You are not just stating a scientific fact.

2. Temperatures on the moon can range from 110ံC to - 173ံC. This sounds best to me.

3. Temperatures on the moon can be from 110ံC to - 173ံC. OK

4. Temperatures on the moon can be extreme from 110ံC to - 173ံC. See the comment on #1.

I assume the odd symbol is intended to be the 'degree' sign.

Clive

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The degree sign is ALT code 0176: 110°C or 110 °C.