Celsius and Fahrenheit are both types of temperature scales. Celsius is the temperature scale that is most widely used of all. It was developed by Anders Celsius in the year 1742. According to this scale, O is the freezing point of water and 100 is the boiling point for it.
On the other hand, Fahrenheit is also a temperature scale which is mostly used for non-scientific purpose. It was developed by Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit and is getting obsolete every day.
You can easily convert between these two temperature scales by using the following formula:
F = C x 9/5 +32
F = 70.7 x 9/5 +32
F= 70.7 x 33.8
= 104.5 is the required answer.