There are different kinds of temperature scales that are used around the world. This is because of the different unit systems. There is a SI unit system and an English unit system where people are bothered to deal with two of them. The general physical phenomena are very different in these two systems. For example, Fahrenheit is used in the English unit system and the Celsius temperature scale is used in the SI unit system. We prepared a calculator or converter to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius and vice versa easily.
Fahrenheit-Celsius Temperature Calculator
The use of the temperature converter is very simple above. You need to select from which direction you want to make your conversion from Fahrenheit to Celsius or Celsius to Fahrenheit. After selecting it, you need to enter the Celcius value to see the Fahrenheit equivalent value or enter Fahrenheit to see the Celcius equivalent. After entering the value, click on the ‘Calculate!’ button to convert the temperature value to another one. If you want to make another calculation, just click on the ‘Reset’ button and re-enter the values.
How to Convert Fahrenheit to Celsius?
These two temperature scales are quite similar. They are both created according to the boiling and freezing points of water. On the Fahrenheit scale, the freezing point of the water is 32°F and the boiling point of the water is 212°F. The corresponding values in Celcius for the freezing and the boiling temperatures of water are; 0°C and 100°C. So, the conversion between the Celsius temperature scale and Fahrenheit temperature scales is done according to this proportion.
Conversion from Celsius to Fahrenheit
The conversion from Celcius to Fahrenheit is very simple. If a value in Celsius is given, you need to use the formulation below;
°F =°C*1.8 + 32;
For examle, the correspondingFahrenheit degrees of the 32°C in Celsius is 89,6 °F. The calculation is;
°F =32*1.8 + 32;
°F = 89,6°F
Conversion from Fahrenheit to Celsius
Also, temperature conversion from Fahrenheit to Celcius is very simple. You need to use this equation to make temperature conversions from Fahrenheit to Celcius;
°C = (°F-32)*5/9
For example, if we would like to find the corresponding temperature value of 65°F in the Celsius temperature range, we need to put the Fahrenheit temperature value in the equation;
°C = (65°F-32)*5/9
°C = 18,33.
So the corresponding temperature value of the 65°F on the Celcius temperature scale is 18.33.
So the conversion between the Fahrenheit and Celsius temperature scales is very simple. The use of the Fahrenheit-Celsius temperature converter is also very basic.
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