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62°F = 16.7°C(62°F - 32) multiplied by 5/9 = 16.7°C

Multiply by 9, divide the answer by 5 then add 32, giving 68. Quick way: double it and add 30 then subtract the first digit of the C temperature: 20 x 2 = 40, + 30 = 70, minus 2 = 68. This works best up to about 35 Celsius

Yes, the more lower the temperature is, the more colder it is.

Is Fahrenheit better than Celsius 80 degree

1c is more than 1f

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45°F = 7.2°C (45°F - 32) multiplied by 5/9 = 7.2°C

62°F = 16.7°C(62°F - 32) multiplied by 5/9 = 16.7°C

It is: 9/5*(28)+32 = 82.4 degrees Fahrenheit

Multiply by 9, divide the answer by 5 then add 32, giving 68. Quick way: double it and add 30 then subtract the first digit of the C temperature: 20 x 2 = 40, + 30 = 70, minus 2 = 68. This works best up to about 35 Celsius

No

It is 14 Celsius.

Celsius is used by more people in more places and is the same magnitude as kelvin.

Yes, the more lower the temperature is, the more colder it is.

Celsius is no more or less than Fahrenheit, it is just a way of measuring temperature

Celsius is used in far more places and is compatible with kelvin.

You write 'two degrees Celsius'. If you have more than one, "degrees" is plural.

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