# -10 Celsius to Fahrenheit

Welcome to -10 Celsius to Fahrenheit, or -10 C to F in short. Here you can find what minus 10 degrees Celsius to Fahrenheit is, along with a temperature converter and the formula. For minus 10 (degrees) Celsius or centigrades we write -10 °C, and (degrees) Fahrenheit are denoted with the symbol °F. So if you have been looking for -10 °C to °F, then you are right here, too. Read on below to learn everything about the temperature conversion.

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## Formula

The minus 10 Celsius to Fahrenheit formula is: [°F] = ([-10] x 9 ⁄ 5) + 32. Therefore, we get:

-10 C to F = 14 °F

-10 °C in °F = 14 Fahrenheit
-10 C in F = 14 degrees Fahrenheit

Right above we have given you the result in the common spelling variants of this temperature conversion. Of course, the result is also valid for -10C to F, -10C in F etc.

Here you can change Minus 10 Fahrenheit to Celsius.

Next, we explain the math.

## Conversion

To convert the temperature start by start by multiplying -10 by 9 over 5. Then add 32 to -18 to obtain 14 degrees Fahrenheit. Easier, however, is using our converter above.

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## Summary

How much is minus 10 degrees Celsius in Fahrenheit? By reading our article so far, or by means of our converter, you already know the answer.

Also, if you have been looking for -10C to Fahrenheit or -10 degree Celsius to Fahrenheit then you have come the right page for the unit conversion from -10 degrees Celsius to Fahrenheit.

-10 Celsius in other temperature units is:

• Newton: -3.3 °N
• Kelvin: 263.15 °K
• Réaumur: -8 °Ré
• Rømer: 2.25 °Ro
• Delisle: 165 °De
• Rankine: 473.67 °R

This ends our posts about -10 °C to °F. 