The equivalent of 43 degrees Celsius is 109.40 degrees Fahrenheit. That number is determined by multiplying the 43 degrees Celsius by 1.8 and adding 32 to the product.
Celsius is a unit from the metric system of measurement and is used throughout the majority of the world and in most scientific research. Fahrenheit is a unit in the imperial system of measurement and is used formally in the United States and Canada, and informally in the United Kingdom and much of the Commonwealth. The conversion formula is based on the 180-degree difference between the boiling and freezing points of water in degrees Fahrenheit.