• # question_answer DIRECTIONS: Read the passage given below and answer the questions that follow. Passage - 1 A clinical thermometer is used to measure the body temperature of human beings. It consists of a long, narrow, uniform glass tube. It has a bulb at one end. The bulb contains mercury. This thermometer read temperatures from $35{}^\circ C$ to$42{}^\circ C$. A clinical thermometer can be used to measure the body temperature of human beings. A person suffering with fever is likely to show which of the following readings on this thermometer? A)  $35{}^\circ C$                                B)  $36{}^\circ C$ C)  $37{}^\circ C$                                D)  $39{}^\circ C$

Normal body temperature is $37{}^\circ C.$ A person having fever will show higher temperature.