Online temperature conversion tool that lets you easily convert from Celsius to Fahrenheit and Kelvin and vice versa. The temperature converter works with all major temperature scales for free.
Simply enter the temperature value (e.g. 80) and choose the unit (e.g. Fahrenheit) then just make a simple click on the button called ‘Convert’. The Temperature Converter then gives the converted temperature value on all of the known temperature scales (Fahrenheit, Celsius and also Kelvin). The temperature conversion is accurate to two decimal places.
• The symbol of Fahrenheit is ℉ (most commonly used in the US).
• The symbol of Celsius degree is ℃ (the most common temperature scale in Europe, also known as the centigrade scale).
• The symbol of Kelvin is K (this is the SI unit of temperature, most commonly used in physical calculations).
• From Celsius to Fahrenheit: ℉ = [(℃ * 9) / 5] +32 The formula is simplified as follows: ℉ = ℃ * 1.8 + 32
• From Celsius to Kelvin: K = ℃ + 273.15
• From Fahrenheit to Celsius: ℃ = [(℉ -32) * 5] / 9 The formula is simplified as follows: ℃ = (℉ -32) / 1.8
• From Fahrenheit to Kelvin: K = [(℉ + 459.67) * 5] / 9 The formula is simplified as follows: ℃ = (K + 459.67) / 1.8
5. How to convert from Kelvin to Celsius or Fahrenheit?
• From Kelvin to Celsius: ℃ = K-273.15
• From Kelvin to Fahrenheit: ℉ = [(K * 9) / 5] -459.67, The formula is simplified as follows: ℉ = K * 1.8-459.67
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