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How do you convert °Celsius to °Fahrenheit? Download this Celsius to Fahrenheit Temperature Conversion Chart for your reference.
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The Fahrenheit temperature scale is primarily used in the United States. Elsewhere, the Celsius, or centigrade, scale is common for scientific purposes.

How do you convert °Celsius to °Fahrenheit?

If you are looking for fast ways to perform metric conversion from °C to  °F , or the other way around, than you can work with a Fahrenheit temperature conversion chart.

The Fahrenheit scale provides measurements of the unit Fahrenheit in degrees. It's a temperature scale that is created by the  physicist Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit in the year 1724. It goes by the symbol: °F, that stands for Degrees Fahrenheit.

The original method is based on the lower defining point, 0 °F, which is the freezing point of water. Nowadays, the Fahrenheit scale is used to define 2 fixed points: the temperature at which pure water ice melts is defined as 32 °F and the boiling point of water is defined to be 212 °F, both at sea level and under standard atmospheric pressure (a 180 °F separation).

Especially in USA this temperature scale is commonly used, where it's the primary temperature standard for climatic, industrial and medical purposes. In certain cases, the United Kingdom is also using °Fahrenheit.

When you need to do conversions, for example to °Celsius, you may use a calculator or conversion chart. You can easily answer questions such as:

  • Is 30 degrees Celsius hotter than 30 degrees Fahrenheit?
  • What is 100 degrees Fahrenheit?
  • Is 30 Fahrenheit hot or cold?
  • Why did Fahrenheit choose 32 and 212?
  • What is 50 F converted to C?

Common conversions

The conversion formula for a temperature that is expressed on the Celsius (°C) scale. If you wish to calculate from Celsius to Fahrenheit, have a look at this one: 100°F · 37.77 °C. To convert temperatures in degrees Fahrenheit to Celsius, subtract 32 and multiply by . 5556 (or 5/9). 

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