CONVERSION OF DEGREES – FROM CELSIUS TO FAHRENHEIT

Conversion of degrees from Celsius to Fahrenheit & vice- versa

T(°F)= T(°C) X9/5 + 32

Or

T(°F)= T(°C) X 1.8 + 32

Example:

Convert 20 degrees Celsius to degree Fahrenheit:

T(°F)= (20°C) X9/5 + 32= 68°F

Tutorial

Convert to Fahrenheit

1. 50 degrees celcius

2. 100 degree celcius

Convert to Celsius

1. 68 degree Fahrenheit

2. 86 degree Fahrenheit

 

To convert from Fahrenheit to Celsius, subtract 32 and divide the result by 1.8

T(°C)= (T°F-32) X5/9 or

T(°C)= (T°F-32) X5/9

For example,

Convert 122°F to degree celsius.

T(°C)= (T°F-32) X5/9= (122-32)X5/9=50°C

Response from one tutee:

While in Secondary School, I had no idea of HOW TO CONVERT FAHRENHEIT TO DEGREE CELSIUS.

Even my physics teacher wasn’t able to put me through.

Thank you Mr Oyebanjo
Learnt a new thing today

Niagorom Paul Nwosu

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One thought on “CONVERSION OF DEGREES – FROM CELSIUS TO FAHRENHEIT

  1. I love this website because I have been trying to know how to convert degree Celsius to degree Fahrenheit and vice versa. But through this site, I have been able to understand it. I will like to say a very big thank u to the one who created the site.

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