In order to convert the Celsius temperature into Fahrenheit:

• Multiply the Celsius temperature by 9

• Divide the answer by 5

• Add 32 to the answer.

For example, let us change 30 degree Celsius to Fahrenheit: 30 times 9 is 270. Dividing 270 by 5 gives us 54. Adding 32 to 54 makes it 86 degrees Fahrenheit.

The algebraic formula for the conversion is: Tf = (9/5)*Tc+32 Tc=temperature in degrees Celsius Tf=temperature in degrees Fahrenheit Illustrating the formula, let us consider the temperature in Celsius to be 100 degrees. To convert into Fahrenheit, let us multiply the Celsius temperature by nine-fifths to get 180. Adding 32 to the sum makes the temperature as 212°F.

• Multiply the Celsius temperature by 9

• Divide the answer by 5

• Add 32 to the answer.

For example, let us change 30 degree Celsius to Fahrenheit: 30 times 9 is 270. Dividing 270 by 5 gives us 54. Adding 32 to 54 makes it 86 degrees Fahrenheit.

The algebraic formula for the conversion is: Tf = (9/5)*Tc+32 Tc=temperature in degrees Celsius Tf=temperature in degrees Fahrenheit Illustrating the formula, let us consider the temperature in Celsius to be 100 degrees. To convert into Fahrenheit, let us multiply the Celsius temperature by nine-fifths to get 180. Adding 32 to the sum makes the temperature as 212°F.