Both Fahrenheit and Celsius are two temperature scales based on the freezing conditions of water. On the Fahrenheit scale, the freezing point of water is 32 degrees and the boiling point is 212 degrees. 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.