Temperature is written in terms of Celsius, Fahrenheit, Kelvin. Temperature can be converted from one unit to another using certain formulas. Of all the Temperature Conversions Celsius to Fahrenheit Conversion is the most commonly used. To help you understand we have provided the formula for °C to °F Conversion, the procedure to convert from Celsius to Fahrenheit in the later modules.

Both Celsius and Fahrenheit have different freezing and boiling points of water and follow the varied unit differences between each scale. Check out Solved Examples on Celsius to Fahrenheit Temperature Conversion for a better understanding of the concept.

### Celsius to Fahrenheit Conversion Formula

Conversion from Celsius to Fahrenheit can be mathematically expressed using the formula

F = \(\frac { 9 }{ 5 } \)*C+32

Where F is the Temperature in Fahrenheit

C is the Temperature in Celsius

1 degrees Celsius to Fahrenheit | \(F=(\frac{9}{5}\times 1)+32\) | 33.8 °F |

### How to Convert Celsius to Fahrenheit(°C to °F)?

Check out the quick and easiest way to perform Celsius to Fahrenheit Conversion. They are along the lines

- To convert from Celsius to Fahrenheit firstly multiply the value of the celsius degrees by 9.
- Later divide the product with 5.
- Add 32 to the result obtained in the earlier step.
- That’s the required Fahrenheit Value and place °F symbol next to it.

### Celsius to Fahrenheit Conversion Table

Celsius (°C) | Fahrenheit (°F) |
---|---|

-50 °C | -58.0 °F |

-40 °C | -40.0 °F |

-30 °C | -22.0 °F |

-20 °C | -4.0 °F |

-10 °C | 14.0 °F |

-9 °C | 15.8 °F |

-8 °C | 17.6 °F |

-7 °C | 19.4 °F |

-6 °C | 21.2 °F |

-5 °C | 23.0 °F |

-4 °C | 24.8 °F |

-3 °C | 26.6 °F |

-2 °C | 28.4 °F |

-1 °C | 30.2 °F |

0 °C | 32.0 °F |

1 °C | 33.8 °F |

2 °C | 35.6 °F |

3 °C | 37.4 °F |

4 °C | 39.2 °F |

5 °C | 41.0 °F |

6 °C | 42.8 °F |

7 °C | 44.6 °F |

8 °C | 46.4 °F |

9 °C | 48.2 °F |

10 °C | 50.0 °F |

20 °C | 68.0 °F |

30 °C | 86.0 °F |

40 °C | 104.0 °F |

50 °C | 122.0 °F |

60 °C | 140.0 °F |

70 °C | 158.0 °F |

80 °C | 176.0 °F |

90 °C | 194.0 °F |

100 °C | 212.0 °F |

200 °C | 392.0 °F |

300 °C | 572.0 °F |

400 °C | 752.0 °F |

500 °C | 932.0 °F |

600 °C | 1112.0 °F |

700 °C | 1292.0 °F |

800 °C | 1472.0 °F |

900 °C | 1652.0 °F |

1000 °C | 1832.0 °F |

### Relation between °C and °F

The Relation between Celsius and Fahrenheit is direct. Celsius is directly proportional to Fahrenheit and it implies

- If the Temperature in Celsius increases then the Fahrenheit Equivalent Temperature also increases.
- If the Temperature in Celsius decreases then the Fahrenheit Equivalent Temperature also decreases.

Both the Scales of Temperature have their own measurements. In Fahrenheit Scale 32 °F is the freezing point of water and 212 °F is the boiling point of water. However, in Celsius Scale 0 °C is the Freezing Point of water and 100 °C is the boiling point of water.

### Solved Examples on Celsius to Fahrenheit Conversion

1. Convert 40°C to °F?

Solution:

We know the formula to convert Celsius to Fahrenheit is

\(F=(\frac{9}{5}\times 1)+32\)

\(F= (\frac{9}{5}\times 40)+32\)

=104°F

Therefore 40°C converted to Fahrenheit is 104°F

2. What is 60°C in Fahrenheit?

Solution:

We know the formula to convert Celsius to Fahrenheit is

\(F=(\frac{9}{5}\times 1)+32\)

\(F=(\frac{9}{5}\times 60)+32\)

= 140°F

Therefore, 60°C in Fahrenheit is 140°F

### FAQs on Celsius to Fahrenheit Conversion

**1. What is the formula to convert from Celsius(°C) to Fahrenheit(°F)?**

The Formula to Convert from Celsius to Fahrenheit is \(F=(\frac{9}{5}\times 1)+32\)

**2. What is C equal to in F?**

1 Degree in Centigrade is Equal to 33.8 Fahrenheit.

**3. What are the different Temperature Conversions?**

The three major temperature conversions are

- Conversion Between Celsius and Kelvin
- Conversion Between Fahrenheit and Kelvin
- Conversion Between Celsius and Fahrenheit