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**Fahrenheit to Celsius**.

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If you have been looking for the temperature conversion, then you have come to the right site.

The temperature scale Fahrenheit is named after Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit, a German physicist, whereas the temperature scale Celsius is attributed to Anders Celsius, a Swedish astronomer.

The symbols for these units of measurement are °F and °C, respectively.

Read on below to learn everything about Fahrenheit to centigrade, and make sure to check out our calculator.

## How to Convert Fahrenheit to Celsius Video

Watching this clip we explain you the conversion in as little as 75 seconds!## Fahrenheit to Celsius Formula

More formally, the formula is written as [°C] = ([°F] − 32) x 5 ⁄ 9. In the next section you can find a F to Celsius example.

## How to Convert the Temperature

Time needed: 1 minute.

How to Convert Fahrenheit to Celsius

**Deduct 32**Subtract 32 from the temperature in Fahrenheit.

**Multiply the Term by 5 Over 9**Multiply the value of step 1 by 0.555…

**Change the Unit**Replace °F with °C.

For example, to change 100 °F to °C:

Subtract 32 from 100 to obtain 68. Then multiply 68 by 5 / 9.

The result is 37.77 centigrades.

The easiest way to conduct the f to c conversion is by using our calculator below.

## Fahrenheit to Celsius Converter

Enter the temperature in °F, then check the result.

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In the next section we are going to discuss the FAQs in the context of this article.

## Frequently Asked Questions

**How Do You Convert F to C Easily?**

To convert Fahrenheit to Celsius without a calculator subtract 30 from the degrees Fahrenheit, then divide the value by 2, to obtain the estimated temperature in degrees Celsius.

**Which is Hotter 0 F or 0 C?**

0 °C = 32 °F, 0 °F = -17.78 °C. Thus, 0 °C is hotter.

**How Do You Calculate the Temperature?**

Temperature is the manifestation of thermal energy measured with a thermometer calibrated in the Celsius scale (°C), the Fahrenheit scale (°F), or the Kelvin scale (K).

**Which is Hotter Fahrenheit or Celsius?**

At -40° both temperature scales are equal. Below that intersection, Celsius is hotter, above -40° Fahrenheit is hotter.

**Why Do Americans Use Fahrenheit?**

Historically, British colonialism is the reason why Americans use Fahrenheit. These days, America’s unwillingness to abolish the Fahrenheit temperature scale is part of its general refusal to change over to the metric system.

**How is the Temperature Difference Calculated?**

Deduct the subtrahend from the minuend to find the temperature difference.

**How Do You Calculate F to C?**

To convert a temperature from degrees Fahrenheit to degrees Celsius, subtract 32, then divide the value in Fahrenheit by 5/9.

**Who Uses Celsius and Fahrenheit?**

Only the United States, Palau, Belize, the Cayman Islands as well as the Bahamas employ Fahrenheit as their official scale; all other countries use Celsius.

**What is the Formula For the Temperature?**

The formula for the temperature change of a body is: Δ T = Q / mc.

Q = amount of heat exchanged, m = mass, c = specific heat.

The following table contains frequent temperature conversions:

### Fahrenheit to Celsius Chart

Fahrenheit | Celsius | Description |
---|---|---|

-459.67 °F | -273.15 °C | Absolute Zero Temperature |

-50 °F | -45.56 °C | |

-40 °F | -40 °C | |

-30 °F | -34.44 °C | |

-20 °F | -28.89 °C | |

-10 °F | -23.33 °C | |

-27 °F | -32.78 °C | |

-26 °F | -32.22 °C | |

0 °F | -17.78 °C | |

1 °F | -17.22 °C | |

2 °F | -16.67 °C | |

3 °F | -16.11 °C | |

4 °F | -15.56 °C | |

5 °F | -15 °C | |

6 °F | -14.44 °C | |

7 °F | -13.89 °C | |

8 °F | -13.33 °C | |

9 °F | -12.78 °C | |

10 °F | -12.22 °C | |

11 °F | -11.67 °C | |

12 °F | -11.11 °C | |

13 °F | -10.56 °C | |

14 °F | -10 °C | |

15 °F | -9.44 °C | |

16 °F | -8.89 °C | |

17 °F | -8.33 °C | |

18 °F | -7.78 °C | |

19 °F | -7.22 °C | |

20 °F | -6.67 °C | |

21 °F | -6.11 °C | |

22 °F | -5.56 °C | |

23 °F | -5 °C | |

24 °F | -4.44 °C | |

25 °F | -3.89 °C | |

26 °F | -3.33 °C | |

27 °F | -2.78 °C | |

28 °F | -2.22 °C | |

29 °F | -1.67 °C | |

30 °F | -1.11 °C | |

31 °F | -0.56 °C | |

32 °F | 0 °C | Freezing Temperature of Water |

33 °F | 0.56 °C | |

34 °F | 1.11 °C | |

35 °F | 1.67 °C | |

36 °F | 2.22 °C | |

37 °F | 2.78 °C | |

38 °F | 3.33 °C | |

39 °F | 3.89 °C | |

40 °F | 4.44 °C | |

41 °F | 5 °C | |

42 °F | 5.56 °C | |

43 °F | 6.11 °C | |

44 °F | 6.67 °C | |

45 °F | 7.22 °C | |

46 °F | 7.78 °C | |

47 °F | 8.33 °C | |

48 °F | 8.89 °C | |

49 °F | 9.44 °C | |

50 °F | 10 °C | |

51 °F | 10.56 °C | |

52 °F | 11.11 °C | |

53 °F | 11.67 °C | |

54 °F | 12.22 °C | |

55 °F | 12.78 °C | |

56 °F | 13.33 °C | |

57 °F | 13.89 °C | |

58 °F | 14.44 °C | |

59 °F | 15 °C | |

60 °F | 15.56 °C | |

61 °F | 16.11 °C | |

62 °F | 16.67 °C | |

63 °F | 17.22 °C | |

64 °F | 17.78 °C | |

65 °F | 18.33 °C | |

66 °F | 18.89 °C | |

67 °F | 19.44 °C | |

68 °F | 20 °C | |

69 °F | 20.56 °C | |

70 °F | 21.11 °C | |

71 °F | 21.67 °C | |

72 °F | 22.22 °C | |

73 °F | 22.78 °C | |

74 °F | 23.33 °C | |

75 °F | 23.89 °C | |

76 °F | 24.44 °C | |

77 °F | 25 °C | |

78 °F | 25.56 °C | |

79 °F | 26.11 °C | |

80 °F | 26.67 °C | |

81 °F | 27.22 °C | |

82 °F | 27.78 °C | |

83 °F | 28.33 °C | |

84 °F | 28.89 °C | |

85 °F | 29.44 °C | |

86 °F | 30 °C | |

87 °F | 30.56 °C | |

88 °F | 31.11 °C | |

89 °F | 31.67 °C | |

90 °F | 32.22 °C | |

91 °F | 32.78 °C | |

92 °F | 33.33 °C | |

93 °F | 33.89 °C | |

94 °F | 34.44 °C | |

95 °F | 35 °C | |

96 °F | 35.56 °C | |

97 °F | 36.11 °C | |

98 °F | 36.67 °C | |

98.6 °F | 37 °C | Average Body Temperature |

99 °F | 37.22 °C | |

100 °F | 37.78 °C | |

101 °F | 38.33 °C | |

102 °F | 38.89 °C | |

103 °F | 39.44 °C | |

104 °F | 40 °C | |

105 °F | 40.56 °C | |

106 °F | 41.11 °C | |

107 °F | 41.67 °C | |

108 °F | 42.22 °C | |

109 °F | 42.78 °C | |

110 °F | 43.33 °C | |

111 °F | 43.89 °C | |

112 °F | 44.44 °C | |

113 °F | 45 °C | |

114 °F | 45.56 °C | |

115 °F | 46.11 °C | |

116 °F | 46.67 °C | |

117 °F | 47.22 °C | |

118 °F | 47.78 °C | |

119 °F | 48.33 °C | |

120 °F | 48.89 °C | |

121 °F | 49.44 °C | |

122 °F | 50 °C | |

123 °F | 50.56 °C | |

124 °F | 51.11 °C | |

125 °F | 51.67 °C | |

126 °F | 52.22 °C | |

127 °F | 52.78 °C | |

128 °F | 53.33 °C | |

129 °F | 53.89 °C | |

130 °F | 54.44 °C | |

131 °F | 55 °C | |

132 °F | 55.56 °C | |

133 °F | 56.11 °C | |

134 °F | 56.67 °C | |

135 °F | 57.22 °C | |

136 °F | 57.78 °C | |

137 °F | 58.33 °C | |

138 °F | 58.89 °C | |

139 °F | 59.44 °C | |

140 °F | 60 °C | |

141 °F | 60.56 °C | |

142 °F | 61.11 °C | |

143 °F | 61.67 °C | |

144 °F | 62.22 °C | |

145 °F | 62.78 °C | |

146 °F | 63.33 °C | |

147 °F | 63.89 °C | |

148 °F | 64.44 °C | |

149 °F | 65 °C | |

150 °F | 65.56 °C | |

151 °F | 66.11 °C | |

152 °F | 66.67 °C | |

153 °F | 67.22 °C | |

154 °F | 67.78 °C | |

155 °F | 68.33 °C | |

156 °F | 68.89 °C | |

157 °F | 69.44 °C | |

158 °F | 70 °C | |

159 °F | 70.56 °C | |

160 °F | 71.11 °C | |

161 °F | 71.67 °C | |

162 °F | 72.22 °C | |

163 °F | 72.78 °C | |

164 °F | 73.33 °C | |

165 °F | 73.89 °C | |

166 °F | 74.44 °C | |

167 °F | 75 °C | |

168 °F | 75.56 °C | |

169 °F | 76.11 °C | |

170 °F | 76.67 °C | |

171 °F | 77.22 °C | |

172 °F | 77.78 °C | |

173 °F | 78.33 °C | |

174 °F | 78.89 °C | |

175 °F | 79.44 °C | |

176 °F | 80 °C | |

177 °F | 80.56 °C | |

178 °F | 81.11 °C | |

179 °F | 81.67 °C | |

180 °F | 82.22 °C | |

181 °F | 82.78 °C | |

182 °F | 83.33 °C | |

183 °F | 83.89 °C | |

184 °F | 84.44 °C | |

185 °F | 85 °C | |

186 °F | 85.56 °C | |

187 °F | 86.11 °C | |

188 °F | 86.67 °C | |

189 °F | 87.22 °C | |

190 °F | 87.78 °C | |

191 °F | 88.33 °C | |

192 °F | 88.89 °C | |

193 °F | 89.44 °C | |

194 °F | 90 °C | |

195 °F | 90.56 °C | |

196 °F | 91.11 °C | |

197 °F | 91.67 °C | |

198 °F | 92.22 °C | |

199 °F | 92.78 °C | |

200 °F | 93.33 °C | |

201 °F | 93.89 °C | |

202 °F | 94.44 °C | |

203 °F | 95 °C | |

204 °F | 95.56 °C | |

205 °F | 96.11 °C | |

206 °F | 96.67 °C | |

207 °F | 97.22 °C | |

208 °F | 97.78 °C | |

209 °F | 98.33 °C | |

210 °F | 98.89 °C | |

211 °F | 99.44 °C | |

212 °F | 100 °C | Boiling Temperature of Water |

300 °F | 148.89 °C | |

400 °F | 204.44 °C | |

500 °F | 260 °C | |

600 °F | 315.56 °C | |

700 °F | 371.11 °C | |

800 °F | 426.67 °C | |

900 °F | 482.22 °C | |

1000 °F | 537.78 °C |

## Additional Information on F to Celsius

By reading so far you know the most important facts about the conversion, be it either for professional reasons or private purposes you can now transform these units with ease.

Frequent temperature conversions in this category include, for example:

We have created this temperature conversion site to help people transforming the temperature degrees between these two units.

Sometimes we used the term centigrade, which is a synonym for degrees Celsius.

Below you can find some key temperature conversions:

- Absolute zero in °F = −459.67 °F
- Absolute zero in °C = −273.15 °C
- Intersection of the two scales: 40°
- Human body temperature 37.0 °C or 98.6 °F on average

On the Fahrenheit scale, the freezing point of water is approximately 32 degrees Fahrenheit (°F) and the boiling point is at 212 °F, provided standard atmospheric pressure conditions.

On the Celsius scale, the freezing point of water is approximately 0 degrees Celsius (°C) and the boiling point is at 100 °C, assumed standard atmospheric pressure.

The approximations for the two temperature scales are:

F to C: Subtract 30 and halve the resulting temperature

C to F: Double the temperature and add 30

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