Temperature

# How doe a temperature change of one Fahrenheit to a change of 1 Celsius?

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If you know how much Fahrenheit use;

(F-32)X 5/9 = Celsius (example; 1° Fahrenheit = -17.2° Celsius)

If you know how much Celsius use;

C x 9/5 + 32 = Fahrenheit (example: 1° Celsius = 33.8 ° Fahrenheit)

There is one temperature where they are the same.

(-40C = -40F)

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