Converting from degrees Fahrenheit to degrees Celsius is a little bit trickier than most conversion problems but it still applies the same principles. As long as you know what the conversion factor is and how to set the ... More »

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The Celsius scale was developed in the 18th century to easily denote that water freezes at zero degrees and boils at 100 degrees. In the United States, the Fahrenheit scale, also developed in the 18th century, is more co... More »

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While there are numerous electronic conversion calculators that can quickly and accurately convert Celsius temperatures to Fahrenheit, there's also a simple mathematical formula, which is Fahrenheit = Celsius x 1.8 + 32,... More »

Use the standard temperature conversion formula to convert degrees of Celsius to degrees of Fahrenheit. Multiply by nine, divide by five and then add 32. More »

You can convert 50 degrees Fahrenheit to Celsius in just a minute or two using the formula: C = 5/9 (F-32) Online temperature converters are available, but you can do it yourself using a calculator — or pencil and paper ... More »

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Converting from Celsius to Fahrenheit requires knowing the conversion formula as well as having the ability to perform some basic algebra. The conversion formula is Tc = (5/9) x (Tf - 32), where Tc equals degrees Celsius... More »

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The equivalent of 31 degrees Celsius is 87.8 degrees Fahrenheit. The conversion is determined by multiplying 31 degrees Celsius by 1.8 and then adding 32 to the product. More »

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