 64°. 2%. ESE 10 mph. Generally sunny. High 64F. Winds ESE at 5 to 10 mph. Humidity39%. UV Index4 of 10. Sunrise6:50 am. Sunset5:00 pm. How to Convert Celsius to Fahrenheit. There are a few formulas that you can use to convert degrees Celsius to degrees Fahrenheit. To convert Fahrenheit to Celsius, subtract 32 from the Fahrenheit value and 78 69 84 64 75 86 68 92 80 73 86 69 64 46 39 58 52 57 36 30 47 48 75 57 50.

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## Celsius to Fahrenheit (C to F) — Conversion & Practice - Expii

#### Summary

Let's take a look at these two temperature systems. They are both used in different parts of the world.

#### Celsius (invented by Anders Celsius)

• −273∘C⇒ Absolute zero, the coldest temperature an object can be.
• 0∘C⇒ Freezing point of water. Water freezes if it is set at any lower temperature.
• 37∘C⇒ Average human body temperature.
• 100∘C⇒ Boiling point of water. Water boils if it is set at any higher temperature.

#### Fahrenheit (invented by Daniel Fahrenheit)

• −459∘F⇒ Absolute zero, the coldest temperature an object can be.
• 32∘F⇒ Freezing point of water. Water freezes if it is set at any lower temperature.
• 98.6∘F⇒ Average human body temperature.
• 212∘F⇒ Boiling point of water. Water boils if it is set at any higher temperature.

As you can see, Celsius is a way cleaner looking system.

#### Converting Celsius to Fahrenheit

To convert between these two systems, we have to use certain equations. There isn't a 1-to-1 conversion factor so the equations are necessary. For an example of a 1-to-1 conversion factor, look at feet and meters. The equation to turn Celsius into Fahrenheit is

F=95(C)+32.

As the order of operations says, we want to multiply first and then add.

#### Example: Celsius to Fahrenheit

Suppose we want to convert 10∘C to ∘F.

All we have to do is plug 10 into the equation above and find F. This is sometimes called direct substitution. F=95(C)+32F=95(10)+32F=18+32 F=50∘

#### Converting Fahrenheit to Celsius

If we start with Fahrenheit we can also convert back to degrees Celsius. There is a different formula for doing this conversion:

C=59(F−32)

Once again we can use the order of operations and plug in a value of F. However, this time the first step is to subtract everything in the parentheses. Take F and subtract 32, times 59.

#### Example: Fahrenheit to Celsius

We can also convert from the Fahrenheit scale to the Celsius scale. If we want to convert 86∘F to ∘C, we plug F=86 into the above equation

C=59(F−32)C=59(86−32)C=59(54)C=30∘

#### Another Solution

There is another way to do this problem that involves solving equations. If you want to practice solving equations with one variable, then keep reading.

Once more, let's convert 86∘F to ∘C. This time we plug 86 in our equation for F:

86=95(C)+32

This is an equation we can solve for C, so we isolate the variable. Subtract 32 from both sides of the equation:

54=95(C)

The reciprocal of 95 is 59. Therefore we multiply both sides of the equation by 59 to get rid of the 95 on the right:

54×59=59×95C30=59×95C30∘=C

This means 86∘F equals 30∘C.

Источник: https://www.expii.com/t/celsius-to-fahrenheit-c-to-f-conversion-practice-9109 