# How to Convert Celcius to Fahrenheit °C to °F

measuring temperatures can be a very important task to do, if you are working in the  science labs. So in the previous post you have gained the knowledge about the procedure of converting temperature from Fahrenheit to Celsius. If you still did not go through the previous post then please go and checkout the post, that might help you out to understand the topic of this post also. converting temperature from Celsius to Fahrenheit is also very easy and quick process, even you can say that, this is the exact reverse process of Fahrenheit to Celsius conversion. What is Fahrenheit Scale?

Fahrenheit scale was invented by the German physicist and an instrument maker Fahrenheit Gabriel Daniel in 1714. Who used to be a local resident of the Netherlands. Fahrenheit scale is a temperature scale that uses to measure temperature. This scale set up the boiling point of the water at 212 and freezing point at 32. This scale nowadays mostly used in the United States and in the Caribbean countries. And the rest of the world is using the Celsius scale to measure temperature. In this scale the zero point was set by placing the thermometer in a mixture of ice water and salt. The stable temperature was taken as 0. The second point at 32 and the third at 96 which was basically the temperature of human body known as the blood-heat.

What is Celsius Scale?

Celsius scale also known as the centigrade scale. Used by millions of user all over the world for experimental works. This scale was invented by the Swedish astronomer Anders Celsius in 1742. In this scale the boiling point of the water was set on 100o and the freezing point of water was set on 0o. It is called as the centigrade scale sometimes because of the interval of 100 degree between the stable points. The Celsius scale is used as general wherever the metric system of units has been used. It is the SI unit of the measurement of the temperature. Later part of the 19th century 0o in Celsius method has been used as the boiling point of water and the 100o for the melting point of the snow. So eventually the 0o was used at the cold end and 100o at the hot end.

Why the converting process of Celsius to Fahrenheit is difficult?

For some obvious reasons measuring temperature is bit difficult than measuring other things like length, area, time etc. if you are opting to measure length then it appears to be a very easy task for you. For example if you are measuring 0 centimeters then you might have a very clear visionary of the value of 0 cm and while converting 0 centimeter to the other units of length, that can be done very easily because we all know that 0 centimeter=0meter=0milimeter=0inches. And if you have to measure 1 centimeter from o centimeter then you can simply just add 1 to 0. The only difference between 1 inches and 1 centimeter is the amount of the length we are adding.

But in the cases of temperature it is not gonna happen in this way. Because the relations of the temperature does not represent the same equation as the length. They don’t even all start from the 0. If we take absolute zero to be 0oF, 0oC, 0K then converting between them would not be so difficult. But the exact values of zero in these scales are different so we actually could not be able to tell the exact value.

How to Convert Celsius into Fahrenheit? As we have mentioned the methods to convert Fahrenheit temperature into Celsius, someone might need to covert the Celsius temperature into Fahrenheit. So there is nothing to worry about the process also very easy and the reverse process of Fahrenheit to Celsius. And the basic formula of doing it is

F= 9/5 x (C+32)

Here in this equation F represents temperature in Fahrenheit and the C represents the temperature in Celsius. For converting the temperature you have to follow the steps mentioned below.

• First , add 32 with the temperature given in Celsius
• Then multiply the result with 5
• After that divide the whole result by 5

Then you will be able to see the exact converted figure of the Fahrenheit temperature from Celsius.

EXAMPLE: what if you have to convert 110oC in Fahrenheit?

1. First of all adding 32 to 110oC will be 142
2. Then multiplying 142 with 9 is 1278
3. After that dividing 1278 will be 255.6oF
 Celsius Fahrenheit 50oC 122oF 76oC 168.8oF 96oC 204oF 110oC 255.6oF 150oC 302oF 200oC 392oF 250oC 482oF

Final Lines

So this is all about the methods for converting Celsius into Fahrenheit and Fahrenheit into Celsius. If you are getting trouble to find the correct way to know the process then don’t worry follow the process we have mentioned above. This will help you to get your done very easily.

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