Temperature

# Where the temperature equal both in celsius and Fahrenheit scales?

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

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## Related Questions Celsius and Fahrenheit scales are equal at -40o Kelvin and Fahrenheit scales are equal at 574.25o  The temperature - 40 &deg;C is equal to -40 &deg;F. This is the only temperature at which the two scales (Celsius and Fahrenheit) have the same numerical value. 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 = -40 degrees Fahrenheit. The numerical value in Celsius can be converted by multiplying it with 1.8 and than adding 32 to Fahrenheit and -40is the temperatre at which temperature in degree centrigrade becomes numerically equal to degree Fahrenheit. Let's call the temperature in Fahrenheit F, and the temperature in Celsius C. F = 1.8 C + 32 C = F C = 1.8 C + 32 -32 = 0.8 C C = -40, so -40 is the temperature at which the Fahrenheit and Celsius scales match. A temperature of 39.9 degrees Celsius is equal to a temperature of 103.82 degrees Fahrenheit. A temperature of 350 degrees Fahrenheit is equal to a temperature of 176.67 degrees Celsius. minus40 celsius is the same temperature as minus 40 Fahrenheit A temperature of 99.8 degrees Celsius is equal to a temperature of 211.64 degrees Fahrenheit. 41 degrees Fahrenheit is equal to a temperature of 5 degrees Celsius. 0 degrees Fahrenheit is equal to a temperature of -17.78 degrees Celsius.  14 degrees Celsius is equal to a temperature of 57.2 degrees Fahrenheit. 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit is equal to a temperature of 37 degrees Celsius. A temperature interval of 1 degree Fahrenheit is equal to an interval of 5&frasl;9degrees Celsius. 47 degrees Celsius is equal to a temperature of 116.6 degrees Fahrenheit. 37 degrees Celsius is equal to a temperature of 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. No. Although the starting points of the two temperature scales are separated by 32 "degrees", the "degrees" are also different sizes in Celsius and in Fahrenheit.Celsius "degrees" are 1.8 times as large as Fahrenheit degrees.The conversion formulas are Fahrenheit temperature = (9/5 x Celsius temperature)+ 32and Celsius temperature = 5/9 x (Fahrenheit temperature - 32).Using the top formula (from C to F), we find that 32 &deg;C is equal to 89.6 &deg;F The three temperature scales in modern use are Celsius, Fahrenheit, and Kelvin. Five degrees on the Celsius scale (or 5 degree C) is 41 degrees Fahrenheit, and 278 degrees Kelvin. 28 degrees Celsius is equal to a temperature of 82.4 degrees Fahrenheit. The temperature 90 degrees Celsius is equal to 194 degrees Fahrenheit. Which is to say very hot.

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