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Start by taking the number in Fahrenheit and subtracting 32. Then divide the number by 9, and then multiply it by 5. This is how you convert Fahrenheit to Celsius or use the e…quation C = (F - 32) × 5/9 In this case, the answer is about 37 degrees Celsius. (MORE)

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Start by taking the number in Fahrenheit and subtracting 32. Then divide the number by 9, and then multiply it by 5. This is how you convert Fahrenheit to Celsius or use the e…quation C = (F - 32) × 5/9 In this case, the answer is about 37 degrees Celsius. (MORE)

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Start by subtracting 32 from 300 .Then multiply the answer with 5 and divide by 9. In this case the answer is 148.88 degree celsius.

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Start by multiplying 08 with 9 and divide by 5. Then add 32 to the answer. In this case the answer is 46.4 degree fahrenheit.

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(deg F + 40) x 5 / 9 - 40 = deg C and (deg C + 40) x 9 / 5 - 40 = deg F so (98.6 + 40) x 5 / 9 - 40 = 138.6 x 5 / 9 - 40 = 77 - 40 = 37 deg C so answer is 37 deg C

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When traveling to foreign countries, often you will find that the company uses a different system of measurement. One such measurement that is different if you travel outside …the United States is the measurement of temperature. Knowing the temperature can be vital to packing and dressing appropriately when in another country, so learning how to convert the temperature from one unit of measurement to the other is vital. Below are several examples of units of temperature measurement, as well as how to convert from one temperature to the other.The most basic conversion is converting temperature from Fahrenheit to Celsius since the United States uses Fahrenheit, and most other countries use Celsius. The first step when converting the temperature between these two is to minus 32 degrees from the Fahrenheit number. Then, multiply that number by five. After you have done that, divide the answer by nine. This final answer is your temperature in Fahrenheit. Another way to do this is to minus 32 and then divide by 1.8. Both methods will give you the same answer.For people of the United States who are visiting other countries, it can be vital to know how to convert Celsius to Fahrenheit in order to make sure you are dressed appropriately for the weather. Live the earlier conversion of Fahrenheit to Celsius, this is an easy conversion to do. Start by dividing the degrees Celsius by 1.8. Then, take this answer and add 32 to it. This final number is your degrees in Fahrenheit.Kelvin is generally used in science and engineering, but it is an important conversion to know nonetheless. To convert Celsius to Kelvin, you have to add 273.15 to the Celsius temperature, and that is your Kelvin temperature. It is a pretty simple process, but knowing it can make understanding temperatures easier especially since Celsius and Kelvin are often used together.The transfer of Kelvin to Fahrenheit is not as easy as the transfer into Celsius, but it is still pretty simple and important to learn. Kelvin are an important unit of measure for science and engineering, and since the majority of the U.S. measures temperature in Fahrenheit, knowing how to convert between Kelvin and Fahrenheit is a vital skill. To convert from Kelvin, multiply the temperature by 1.8 and then subtract 459.7 from the total. This final number is your temperature in Fahrenheit.Knowing how to convert temperatures between different units of measure is a very useful skill when traveling or in the academic world of science. The process to learn to convert the temperatures is relatively simple, and with a little practice, you can be doing it in no time. Even if you think it is a useless skill, just remember how much easier it will be to plan for travel now that you know how to convert the temperature to whichever unit of measure is natural to you.The Kelvin scale of measuring temperature was named after an engineer and physicist names William Thomson. He is known as the 1st Baron of Kelvin and wrote about how the science world needed an absolute thermometric scale. Unlike Fahrenheit and Celsius, Kelvin is not actually a unit of degrees, but simply a unit of measurement. (MORE)

While the metric system has been officially sanctioned for use in this country since 1866, the U.S. is generally recognized as the only remaining industrialized country that h…as not adopted it as its official system of measurement. While the scientific community has widely adopted the metric system, you are likely to find a mix of both systems in everyday life. One of the most common metric measurements used outside of the scientific world is the Celsius scale, used to measure temperature. If you are more familiar with the Fahrenheit scale, you may be wondering how to interpret a measurement in Celsius, since the two systems are vastly different. Here is some information on how to easily convert Celsius measurements to Fahrenheit using a few simple math calculations.One degree Celsius equals 33.8 degrees Fahrenheit, but you can't merely add 33.8 degrees to any single unit of Celsius. There are a number of ways that you can calculate Fahrenheit from Celsius, and all of the calculations involve multiplication at the very least. Be sure you're following a formula and not merely adding 33.8 to 1.This formula for conversion is perhaps one of the most popular ones, and is often seen in chemistry textbooks. You begin with your degrees Celsius, then you multiply by 9, divide by 5, and then add 32. After you add 32, the resulting number will be your degrees Fahrenheit.Instead of choosing to multiply by 9 and then to divide by 5, it is also accurate to multiply the degrees Celsius by 9/5 and then to add 32. It's a small step that compresses the formula. Be careful to remember to use 9/5 and not the reciprocal, however, which can be a common error.There is no "easiest" formula, but there is another version if you prefer not to work with fractions or wish to reduce the most common formula by a step. As stated previously, you could choose to multiply by 9 and then divide by 5, or you could choose to multiply by 9/5; the formula works out either way. A substitution for multiplying by 9/5 is to substitute 9/5 for the equivalent decimal 1.8. With the substitution, the new formula goes as follows: take the unit Celsius and multiply it by 1.8. Add 32, and that's your degrees Fahrenheit.You can always reverse the formula. For all of the formulas, you can reverse the steps and convert Fahrenheit back to Celsius. For example, reversing one of the above formulas to convert back to Celsius would be taking the degrees Fahrenheit minus 32. Then multiply by the fraction 5/9. This will give you degrees Celsius. Just as you could with the original conversion, you can substitute the equivalent decimal, 0.56, in place of the fraction 5/9.Sometimes you come across temperature units in Celsius and want to convert them to Fahrenheit so you can more quickly and easily gauge what the measurement means. This need has become more common as the Internet has allowed people to search for information worldwide and often sources outside of the U.S. provide temperature information in Celsius only. For example, you may be researching an upcoming trip abroad and want to understand what the usual average temperature is for the time of the year you plan to travel. Finding the fastest and most efficient formula for conversion saves you time and reduces chance of error.Some web sources and textbooks provide conversion tables for both Fahrenheit to Celsius and Celsius to Fahrenheit. If you're looking to convert round numbers easily, you might want to save the chart for future reference. (MORE)

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The Celsius scale is one of the standard scales for measuring temperature in science. It is a carefully defined scale that is used worlwide. It can also be easily compared to …the other two commonly-used scales for measuring temperature. Learning the Celsius definition can help you understand temperatures that you may be unfamiliar with. The following will provide you with the information you need to better understand the Celsius scale and its relation to other temperature measurements.The Celsius scale is a scale of temperature measurement developed by Anders Celsius in 1742. The scale assigned a value of 0 degrees to the freezing point of water and a temperature of 100 degrees to the boiling point of water. Since 1742, the Celsius scale has undergone some revision. It is now based upon two different points: absolute zero, which is the coldest possible temperature, and the triple point of specially prepared water. These temperatures in Celsius are -273.15 degrees and 0.01 degrees, respectively.The Celsius scale is one among three different temperature scales in use, with the others being the Fahrenheit and Kelvin scales. The Celsius scale is a metric scale of temperature measurement, and is used as the default in countries that use the metric scale. It is the scale used by the World Meteorological Institution. It is also often used in scientific applications, such as chemistry. However, temperature measurements in science, including in chemistry, often use the Kelvin scale, which is the international system (SI), standard for temperature measurement.The Fahrenheit scale is a less-commonly used temperature scale, and is seen primarily in the United States. It is based on 32 degrees for the freezing point of water and 212 degrees for the boiling point of water. It matches with the Celsius scale at -40 degrees: -40 degrees Celsius is the same as -40 degrees Fahrenheit. To convert from Fahrenheit to Celsius, you can simply subtract 32 from the Fahrenheit number and multiply by 5/9.Kelvin is the other temperature scale often used in scientific applications. It, like the Celsius scale, is defined by its temperatures at absolute zero and the triple point of specially prepared water: 0 degrees and 273.16 degrees respectively. Because both scales are based on the same reference points, to convert from Celsius to Kelvin, you need only add 273.15 to the Celsius temperature.The Celsius scale is a scale for temperature measurement commonly used in science and in countries that use the metric scale. It is one of three scales commonly used to measure temperature. Celsius temperatures can be converted to and from Fahrenheit temperatures, as well as to and from Kelvin temperatures. Use the information above to better understand the Celsius scale and its definition and uses.The Celsius scale was originally referred to as the centigrade scale because there were 100 temperature gradations between the freezing point (0 degrees) of water and the boiling point (100 degrees) of water. The scale's reference points were changed in 1954 at the 10th General Conference of Weights and Measures to more closely correspond with the Kelvin scale, and its name was changed at the same time. (MORE)

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A very common conversion that you have to perform in chemistry is converting Kelvin temperatures to Fahrenheit temperatures. Luckily, this procedure is not very hard. All that… you need to do is to set up your equation and conversion ratios. Then you simply complete the equation to complete your conversion. This step-by-step guide will show you the exact way to perform this chemistry conversion.First, you need to know what your starting temperature is. This will be in degrees Kelvin. Kelvin is the temperature scale that is based off how many degrees it is above absolute zero. For this example, use 300 degrees Kelvin.You want to begin to build your equation. Since you are starting in Kelvin, you know that you will need to divide by Kelvin in order to cancel. You will also need to multiply in Fahrenheit to end up with a Fahrenheit temperature.To set up the conversion ratios correctly, you will need to use the Kelvin to Celsius ratio and the Celsius to Fahrenheit ratio. Kelvin and Celsius degrees are equal in magnitude. Celsius and Fahrenheit degrees are different. Celsius degrees are 1.8 times larger than a Fahrenheit degree.Kelvin starts at zero degrees. It does not have a negative scale. Zero degrees Celsius is actually 237.15 Kelvin. You have to make sure your equation accounts for this as well. Thirty-two degrees Fahrenheit is equal to zero degrees Celsius.Your equation should now look something like this: (X Degrees Kelvin) * (1 Degrees Celsius/1 degree Kelvin) -273.15) * (1.8 degrees Fahrenheit/1 degree Celsius) + 32) Our sample equation now looks like: (300 Degrees Kelvin) * (1 Degrees Celsius/1 degree Kelvin) -273.15) * (1.8 degrees Fahrenheit/1 degree Celsius) + 32)Degrees Kelvin will cancel, as it is in both the numerator and denominator of the equation. As you proceed through the equation according to the order of operations, you will also be able to cancel degree Celsius to leave degrees Fahrenheit as the only value term.Take your number and subtract 273.15. This is absolute zero on the Centigrade scale. This basically converts degrees Kelvin into degrees Centigrade. For the sample equation, there is now 26.85.Now that you have your temperature converted to Centigrade, you want to multiply it by 1.8. If you are familiar with conversions where you convert temperature from Celsius to Fahrenheit, you will recognize this multiplication step as the same. Our sample equation now has a value of 48.33.The last step in the conversion is to add 32. This accounts for the starting point difference on the Celsius and Fahrenheit scales. Our sample equation now gives us a value of 80.33.Since this is a chemistry conversion ,you will need to account for significant digits. In this equation, you are limited to the significance of your starting Kelvin temperature, or two decimal places. The two decimal places come from the significance of the 273.15 conversion. You want whichever value is lower. In this example, a sample temperature of 300 was used. This only has one significant digit, so you would be forced to round the ending temperature to 80 degrees Fahrenheit.You now know how to convert Kelvin to Fahrenheit. You can proceed backwards through the equation if you need to determine Kelvin from Fahrenheit. The preferred notation in science is to use Kelvin temperatures. This is the SI unit, although Celsius can be substituted.The Kelvin temperature scale is named after Lord Kelvin. He published a paper in 1848 where he defined absolute zero. His original calculation was minus 273 degrees Celsius. Since then, science has further defined the value to minus 273.15 degrees Celsius. (MORE)

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To convert from degrees Celsius to degrees Fahrenheit, multiply the number by 9, divide by 5, and add 32. In this instance, 280 x 9 = 2520 / 5 = 504 + 32 = 536. Therefore, 280… degrees Celsius is equal to 536 degrees Fahrenheit. (MORE)

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To convert degrees Celsius to degress Fahrenheit, multiply the number by 9, divide by 5, and add 32. In this instance, 1064 x 9 = 9576 / 5 = 1915.2 + 32 = 1947.2. Therefore, 1…064 degrees Celsius is equal to 1947.2 degrees Fahrenheit. (MORE)

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To convert degrees Celsius to degrees Fahrenheit, multiply the number by 9, divide by 5, and add 32. In this instance 98 x 9 = 882 / 5 = 176.4 + 32 = 208.4 degrees Fahrenheit.

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The "normal" body of 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit is roughly equal to 37.0 degrees Celsius, while a fever of 102 degrees Fahrenheit is 38.9 degrees on the Celsius scale

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To convert degrees Celsius to degrees Fahrenheit, multiply the number by 9, divide by 5, and add 32. In this instance, 232 x 9 = 2088 / 5 = 417.6 + 32 = 449.6. Therefore, 232 …degrees Celsius is equal to 449.6 degrees Fahrenheit. (MORE)