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40 degrees Celsius = 104 degrees Fahrenheit.

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At -40 Celsius and Fahrenheit are the same temperature.

-40 Centigrade (celsius) is equal to -40 Fahrenheit.

Celsius and Fahrenheit coincide at -40 degrees.

40 degree Celsius = 104 degree Fahrenheit.

The temperature at which the Fahrenheit and Celsius scales coincide is -40.

40 degrees fahrenheit 40 degrees celsius is way higher then it is fahrenheit.

Negative 40 degrees is the temperature that will be the same on Fahrenheit and Celsius scales.

- 40 is the same in both Celsius and Fahrenheit scales. Temperature Fahrenheit = Temperature Celsius(1.80) + 32

minus40 celsius is the same temperature as minus 40 Fahrenheit

Minus 40 degrees Celsius (centigrade) = Minus 40 degrees fahrenheit.

40 degrees Celsius is equal to a temperature of 104 degrees Fahrenheit.

After -40 degrees. At -40 degrees, the Celsius and Fahrenheit scales are equal. A temperature greater than -40 in Celsius will be smaller than its equivalent in Fahrenheit, but below -40 degrees Fahrenheit, its equivalent in Celsius will be larger.

40 degrees Celsius is a temperature reading taken on the Celsius scale. When 40 degrees Celsius is converted into degrees Fahrenheit it is equal to 104.00 degrees Fahrenheit.

-40. This is the one temperature where Celsius and Fahrenheit are the same.

Celsius and Fahrenheit are the same only at -40 degrees to my knowledge.

40 degrees fahrenheit is about 4.4 degrees celsius, while 10 celsius is 50 degrees fahrenheit so 40 fahrenheit is the colder temperature. The formulas to convert between celsius and fahrenheit temperatures (where F is the Fahrenheit temperature and C is the Celsius temperature in degrees) are as follows: Celsius to Fahrenheit: F = C × 9/5 + 32 Fahrenheit to Celsius: C = (F − 32) x 5/9

No, as 20 degrees Celsius is about normal room temperature. Temperature Fahrenheit = Temperature Celsius(1.80) + 32

The temperature - 40 °C is equal to -40 °F. This is the only temperature at which the two scales (Celsius and Fahrenheit) have the same numerical value.

-40 degrees is the same degree in Fahrenheit and Celsius.

Yes. -40 degrees is the same in both Fahrenheit and Celsius.