At what temperature did water freeze on earth 1 billion years ago

At what temperature did water freeze on earth 1 billion years ago

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At 32 degrees Fahrenheit
0 degrees C. The freezing point of water is an innate property, therefore I'm going to assume that is hasn't changed at all.

the answer is D 0C

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Freezing point of the water is innate property. Therefore, I would say that the freezing point of water from 1 billion years ago would still be the same as to what temperature the water would freeze today. Thus, I choose letter D. 0°C. 
I would say 0 degrees cel
The answer is (D.) 0 degree celsius. The normal freezing point of a water is zero degree. The age of the water or time don't affect its freezing poit as long as its water and does not mix with other molecule that could affect its freezing process.
The answer is: 0°C
Freezing point would basically be the same of today if anything, and that water still froze at the same temperature from back than and up to now.
The same as today 32 degrees F or 0 degrees C
The temperature should be D.0*c  

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