Fahrenheit and Celsius temperature ranges are the most used temperature ranges by people. The most important difference between Fahrenheit and Celsius is the unit systems that they belong to. So, people are dealing with converting these two common temperature scales which is very basic to do.
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Conversion Fahrenheit to Celsius
Firstly, the conversion between Fahrenheit and Celsius is very simple. The equation that you can use in the conversion between Fahrenheit to Celsius is;
°C = (°F – 32) x 0.5556
According to this formula, you can convert the Fahrenheit temperature to Celsius temperature by subtracting 32 from Fahrenheit and multiplying this value by 0.5556 which equals 5/9. Furthermore, to make the opposite calculation, you just need to divide the Celsius by 0.5556 and add 32 to this value.
Fahrenheit to Celsius Converter(F to C Converter)
Also, there is a conversion tool that we use to convert Fahrenheit temperature values to Celsius values.
In this conversion tool, you just need to select the Fahrenheit to Celsius conversion from the list and enter the Fahrenheit value inside the bracket to see the Celsius equivalent of it. And then, click on the ‘Calculate!’ button to make the calculation. If you want to make another calculation, click on the ‘Reset’ button.
What is the Fahrenheit Temperature Scale?
The Fahrenheit temperature scale is the common temperature scale that people use. The difference between the Fahrenheit scale is, that it is in English units. In the US, people are familiar with the Fahrenheit temperature scale because they use English units currently.
So, according to the Fahrenheit temperature scale, the freezing point of the water at 1 atm is defined as 32°F and the boiling temperature of the water is defined as 212°F.
What is the Celsius Temperature Scale?
Also, the Celsius temperature scale is a common temperature measurement scale that people use. Celsius is the equivalent of Fahrenheit in SI units. Celsius is a more common temperature range if we compare with Fahrenheit.
On the Celsius temperature scale, the freezing point of the water is defined as 0°C and the boiling temperature of the water is defined as 100°C.
The conversion of Fahrenheit to Celsius is very simple like above.
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