Temperature is typically represented as a numerical value that is based either on the Fahrenheit scale or the Celsius scale of temperature measurement. Both scales measure temperature in incremental units called degrees but do not share the same numerical values when measuring and describing the exact same temperature. Converting temperature from Celsius to Fahrenheit can be done with only a basic understanding of arithmetic principles.
Continue ReadingUsing simple a mathematical procedure, multiply the amount of degrees Celsius times 1.8 and record the number generated as product of this computation. This can be represented as: ��C x 1.8 = (product).
Take the product, or number calculated by using the process outlined in Step 1, and add the number 32 to it. The sum of these two numbers is the equivalent temperature on the Fahrenheit scale, also measured in degrees. This can be represented as: (product from Step 1) + 32 = ��F.
To ease the process of converting Celsius to Fahrenheit, just plug the number of degrees measured in Celsius into the formula below and calculate using the standard order of operations. (��C x 1.8 ) + 32 = ��F