Fahrenheit – Celsius Conversion

November 9, 2007 by  
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Fahrenheit to Celsius conversion: subtract 32 degrees from Fahrenheit and multiply by 5/9

Celsius to Fahrenheit conversion: multiply Celsius by 9/5 and add 32 degrees

Add the Fahrenheit or Celsius value:


Fahrenheit:

Celsius:

Oven Temperature

Fahrenheit Celsius (rounded) Celsius (exact)
225 F 105 C 107.2
250 F 120 C 121.1
275 F 130 C 135.0
300 F 150 C 148.9
325 F 165 C 162.8
350 F 180 C 176.7
375 F 190 C 190.6
400 F 200 C 204.4
425 F 220 C 218.3
450 F 230 C 232.2
475 F 245 C 246.1

Celsius to Fahrenheit

Celsius Fahrenheit
-24 C -11 F
-22 C -8 F
-20 C -4 F
-18 C 0 F
-16 C 3 F
-14 C 7 F
-12 C 10 F
-10 C 14 F
-8 C 18 F
-6 C 21 F
-4 C 25 F
-2 C 28 F
0 C 32 F
2 C 36 F
4 C 39 F
6 C 43 F
8 C 46 F
10 C 50 F
12 C 54 F
14 C 57 F
16 C 61 F
18 C 64 F
20 C 68 F
22 C 72 F
24 C 75 F
26 C 79 F
28 C 82 F
30 C 86 F
32 C 90 F
34 C 93 F
36 C 97 F
38 C 100 F
40 C 104 F
42 C 108 F
44 C 111 F

Fahrenheit to Celsius

Fahrenheit Celsius
0 F -18 C
5 F -15 C
10 F -12 C
15 F -9 C
20 F -7 C
25 F -4 C
30 F -1 C
32 F 0 C
35 F 2 C
40 F 4 C
45 F 7 C
50 F 10 C
55 F 13 C
60 F 16 C
65 F 18 C
70 F 21 C
75 F 24 C
80 F 27 C
85 F 29 C
90 F 32 C
95 F 35 C
100 F 38 C
105 F 41 C
110 F 43 C

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Comments

11 Comments on "Fahrenheit – Celsius Conversion"

  1. ashlee on Thu, 21st May 2009 6:48 am 

    a thing i learned is that every 3° celcius gos up by every 5° ferinhiet goes up

  2. Chris Pellbring on Thu, 11th Feb 2010 12:53 pm 

    Your formula for Celsius to Fahrenheit conversion is wrong.
    Should read: Celsius to Fahrenheit conversion: multiply CELSIUS by 9/5 and add 32 degrees

  3. eurojoe on Fri, 12th Feb 2010 9:13 pm 

    Thanks Chris for pointing out the error. I corrected the formula.

  4. Josh on Thu, 1st Apr 2010 12:14 am 

    Sweet!

  5. Dan on Mon, 12th Apr 2010 8:10 pm 

    I quick math i use in my head from C to F is double it and add 30.

    example: 10c x 2 + 30 = 50F. it’s close or exact at times.

  6. Joey on Tue, 24th May 2011 3:16 am 

    I think thats a cool way of doing it “Dan”, your formula isn’t always exact as you say but its very well close enough.
    And “Ashley” you say that for every 3 degrees celsius, farenhiet goes up 5 degrees and your almost right but at every 10 intervals Celsius goes up by only 2.

    Thanks Guys, learned a lot today
    Joey

  7. Easier! on Thu, 7th Jul 2011 12:35 pm 

    The easiest way for me to get an exact conversion in my head is this:

    1. Multiply Celsius by two -> 6 * 2 = 12
    2. Subtract 10% of that new number from its self -> 12 – 1.2 = 10.8
    3. Add 32 -> 32 + 10.8 = 42.8

    Easy peezy!

    Getting exact numbers from Fahrenheit to Celsius is not as easy.

  8. Neumann G on Mon, 6th Feb 2012 8:20 am 

    Why no minus degrees?

  9. Neumann G on Mon, 6th Feb 2012 8:24 am 

    Why no minus degree formula?

  10. rachel on Sun, 19th Feb 2012 5:12 pm 

    dont know what that means multiply 9/5 ???
    please give more help.

    example 3’C = ? F

    thx

  11. victoria on Mon, 26th Mar 2012 10:45 pm 

    your missing the conversion for 15. i needed it for 15, bu thanks for the formula