Celsius to Fahrenheit Formula

Conversion of Celsius to Fahrenheit:

Thermometry is the branch of science in which temperature and its measurement would be done. Generally, thermometer is used for temperature measurement. And the SI unit of temperature is Kelvin or °C.

But, to measure temperature most commonly used scales are Fahrenheit scale and Celsius scale.

  • In Celsius scale, the melting point of ice is taken as 0°C and boiling point of water is taken as 100°C which are taken at NTP.

In this interval of 0°C to 100°C there are 100 equal parts and each part takes the value 1°C.

  • While in case of Fahrenheit scale, melting point of ice is taken as 32°F and boiling point of water is taken as 212°F. And in between 32°F and 212°F three are 180 equal parts, and each part is called °F.

  • The basic formula used for converting degree Fahrenheit into degree Celsius and degree Celsius into degree Fahrenheit is as follows.

              C/5 = (F – 32)/ 9

For example:

  • If we have to convert 37°C into degreeFahrenheit then,

C/5 = (F-32)/9

37/5 = (F – 32)/9

66.6 = F – 32

F = 66.6 + 32

F = 98.60

Thus, we got

37°C = 98.6°F

 

  • Again if we have to convert 100°C into degree Fahrenheit then we proceed as,

C/5 = (F-32)/9

100/5 = (F – 32)/9

180 = F – 32

F = 180 + 32

F = 2120

Thus we got,

100°C = 212°F

 

  • If we have to convert 3000C into degree Fahrenheit then,

C/5 = (F– 32)/9

300/5 = (F – 32)/9

540 = (F – 32)

F = 540 + 32

F = 5720

Thus, we got

3000C = 5720F

 

  • Also, if we have to convert 0°C into degree Fahrenheit then,

C/5 = (F-32)/9

0/5 = (F – 32)/9

F – 32 = 0

F = 320

Thus, we got

0°C = 32°F

 

In this way, we can easily convert temperature from degree Fahrenheit to degree Celsius and vice versa by using the single formula.


Updated: July 22, 2021 — 7:46 pm

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