Welcome to 1 Fahrenheit to Celsius, or 1 F to C in short. Here you can find what 1 degrees Fahrenheit to Celsius is, along with a temperature converter and the formula. For 1 (degrees) Fahrenheit we write 1 °F, and (degrees) Celsius or centigrades are denoted with the symbol °C. So if you have been looking for 1 °F to °C, then you are right here, too. Read on below to learn everything about the temperature conversion.
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The 1 Fahrenheit to Celsius formula is: [°C] = ( − 32) x 5 ⁄ 9. Therefore, we get:
1 °F in °C = -17.222 Celsius
1 F in C = -17.222 degrees Celsius
Next, we explain the math.
To convert the temperature start by start by deducting 32 from 1. Then multiply -31 by 5 over 9 to obtain -17.222 degrees Celsius. Easier, however, is using our converter above.
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How much is 1 degrees Fahrenheit in Celsius? By reading our article so far, or by means of our converter, you already know the answer
1 Fahrenheit in other temperature units is:
- Newton: -5.683 °N
- Kelvin: 255.928 °K
- Réaumur: -13.778 °Ré
- Rømer: -1.542 °Ro
- Delisle: 175.833 °De
- Rankine: 460.67 °R
This ends our posts about 1 °F to °C.
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