What would be the perception for a human being on a planet with an axial deviation identical to the terrestrial one, but with a surface temperature of 292 K, a temperature range between 288 K - 310 K and an average atmospheric pressure of 1,14 atmospheres? Would it be a colder or hotter planet than Earth? Would it be habitable at all?
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A pressure of 1.14 atm is equivalent to the pressure about 1.4 meters underwater. I know I've been that deep in a swimming pool (and the ocean!) before, so I don't think that this pressure is critical to human existence. I'm sure your ears would pop weirdly before you go used to it, but you can experimentally verify that you can still hear underwater.
288K to 310 K is 15 to 37 C. Lagos, Nigeria, home to 10 million+ people, has an record annual range of 11 to 40 C. Other giant tropical cities (Chennai, Jakarta, Manilla, etc) will show similar temperature rages. Therefore, I conclude that your temperature range is perfectly amenable to human life.