We usually refer to the "Ambient Temperature" as being the "Outdoor
If you are referring to the "Indoor Temperature" then it would depend
on the location of the Return Air Register(s), and how well the air is
being mixed in the rooms.
If the air is stratified, then the air at the floor level would be
colder & with Return(s) at the ceiling the air would be warmer than the
mid-point air temp in the rooms.
Also, there will probably be a variation between rooms; therefore your
question has no known correct answer from here! - udarrell
PROPER A/C UNIT & DUCTWORK Sizing is over 70% of Operating Efficiency
heh by the time a person backpacks his butt up to the 9,000 ft
elevation in the Sierra Mtns, beer with a little ice sounds pretty
damn good !
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