What is the boiling point of water at 2000 feet above sea level?
- 218º – The higher the elevation the more heat it takes (3º for every 1000′)
- 214ºF – It takes a little more heat (1º for every 1000′)
- 212ºF – The boiling point is the same no matter what the elevation is
- 208ºF – It takes less heat the higher you go (-2º for every 1000′)
- 182ºF – Elevation plays a big difference in boiling point (-15º for every 1000′)
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