 Use this simple temperature calculator to help change between °C and °F. More converters 2 Celsius degrees equal 36 Fahrenheit degrees (2°C = 36°F). Learn how to convert from Fahrenheit to Celsius. Get the formula and steps to convert Fahrenheit degrees into Centigrade degrees. 36 ºF, 2.222 ºC. How many 36 Fahrenheit are in celsius. 36 Fahrenheit to celsius Formula= 1 Fahrenheit is -17.222 celsius. so 36f is equivalent to -619.992 celsius.  ## How to Convert Between Degrees Fahrenheit and Celsius

Converting between Fahrenheit and Celsiustemperature scales is useful if you are working temperature conversion problems, work in a lab, or simply want to know how hot or cold it is in a country that uses the other scale! It's easy to make the conversion. One way is to look at a thermometer that has both scales and simply read the value. If you're doing homework or need to do a conversion in a lab, you'll want the calculated values. You can use an online temperature converter or else do the math yourself.

### Celsius to Fahrenheit Degrees

The formula to convert Celsius to Fahrenheit is:

F = 1.8 C + 32

1. Multiply the Celsius temperature by 1.8.
2. Add 32 to this number.
3. Report the answer in degrees Fahrenheit.

Example: Convert 20°C to Fahrenheit.

1. F = 1.8 C + 32
2. F = 1.8 (20) + 32
3. 1.8 x 20 = 36 so F = 36 + 32
4. 36 + 32 = 68 so F = 68°F
5. 20°C = 68°F

### Fahrenheit to Celsius Degrees

It's easy to work the conversion the other way. The formula to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius is:

C = 5/9 (F-32)

1. Subtract 32 from the degrees Fahrenheit.
2. Multiply the value by 5.
3. Divide this number by 9.
4. Report the answer in degrees Celsius.

Example: Convert body temperature in Fahrenheit (98.6°F) to Celsius.

1. C = 5/9 (F-32)
2. C = 5/9 (98.6 - 32)
3. 98.6 - 32 = 66.6 so you have C = 5/9 (66.6)
4. 66.6 x 5 = 333 so you have C = 333 / 9
5. 333 / 9 = 37°C
6. 98.6°F = 37°C

### Converting to the Kelvin Scale

Other common conversions are between Fahrenheit and Kelvin and between Celsius and Kelvin:

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## Conversion of Temperature

### Quick Celsius (°C) / Fahrenheit (°F) Conversion:

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Or this method:

 °C to °F Divide by 5, then multiply by 9, then add 32 °F to °C Deduct 32, then multiply by 5, then divide by 9

(Explanation Below ...)

### Typical Temperatures

(only bold are exactly the same)

°C °F Description 220 430 Hot Oven 180 360 Moderate Oven 100 212 Water boils 40 104 Hot Bath 37 98.6 Body temperature 30 86 Beach weather 21 70 Room temperature 10 50 Cool Day 0 32 Freezing point of water −18 0 Very Cold Day −40 −40 Extremely Cold Day (and the same number!)

### Explanation

There are two main temperature scales:

• °C, the Celsius Scale (part of the Metric System, used in most countries)
• °F, the Fahrenheit Scale (used in the US)

They both measure the same thing (temperature!), but use different numbers:

• Boiling water (at normal pressure) measures 100° in Celsius, but 212° in Fahrenheit
• And as water freezes it measures 0° in Celsius, but 32° in Fahrenheit

Like this: Looking at the diagram, notice:

• The scales start at a different number (0 vs 32), so we will need to add or subtract 32
• The scales rise at a different rate (100 vs 180), so we will also need to multiply

And so, to convert:

from Celsius to Fahrenheit: first multiply by 180100, then add 32

from Fahrenheit to Celsius: first subtract 32, then multiply by 100180

180100 can be simplified to 95,
and 100180 can be simplified to 59, so we get this:

°C to °F:   Divide by 5, then multiply by 9, then add 32

°F to °C:   Subtract 32, then multiply by 5, then divide by 9

### Example: Convert 25° Celsius (a nice warm day) to Fahrenheit

First: 25° / 5 = 5
Then: 5 × 9 = 45
Then: 45 + 32 = 77° F

### Example: Convert 98.6° Fahrenheit (normal body temperature) to Celsius

First: 98.6° − 32 = 66.6
Then: 66.6 × 5 = 333
Then: 333 / 9 = 37° C

We can swap the order of divide and multiply if we want, but don't change the add or subtract. So this is also OK:

### Example: Convert 98.6° Fahrenheit to Celsius (again)

First: 98.6° − 32 = 66.6
Then: 66.6 / 9 = 7.4
Then: 7.4 × 5 = 37° C

(Same answer as before, was it easier or harder this way?)

We can write them as formulas:

Celsius to Fahrenheit:   (°C × 95) + 32 = °F
Fahrenheit to Celsius:   (°F − 32) × 59 = °C

### Use 1.8 instead of 9/5

9/5 is equal to 1.8, so we can also use this method:

Celsius to Fahrenheit:   °C × 1.8 + 32 = °F
Fahrenheit to Celsius:   (°F − 32) / 1.8 = °C

To make "×1.8" easier we can multiply by 2 and subtract 10%, but it only works for °C to °F:

Celsius to Fahrenheit:   (°C × 2) less 10% + 32 = °F

### Example: Convert 20° Celsius (A nice day) to Fahrenheit

• 20x2 = 40
• less 10% is 40−4 = 36
• 36+32 = 68° F

### Add 40, Multiply, Subtract 40

Since both scales cross at −40° (−40° C equals −40° F) we can:

• multiply by 5/9 (for °F to °C), or 9/5 (for °C to °F)
• subtract 40

Like this:

Celsius to Fahrenheit:   Add 40, multiply by 9/5, then subtract 40
Fahrenheit to Celsius:   Add 40, multiply by 5/9, then subtract 40

### Example: Convert 10° Celsius (A cool day) to Fahrenheit

• 10+40 = 50
• 50×9/5 = 90
• 90−40 = 50° F

To remember 9/5 for °C to °F think "F is greater than C, so there are more °F than °C"

### Quick, but Not Accurate

Celsius to Fahrenheit:   Double, then add 30
Fahrenheit to Celsius:   Subtract 30, then halve

Examples °C → °F:

• 0° C → 0+30 → 30° F (low by 2°)
• 10° C → 20+30 → 50° F (exact!)
• 30° C → 60+30 → 90° F (high by 4°)
• 180° C → 360+30 → 390° F (high by 34°, not good)

Examples °F → °C:

• 40° F → 10/2 → 5° C (almost right)
• 80° F → 50/2 → 25° C (low by about 2°)
• 120° F → 90/2 → 45° C (low by about 4°)
• 450° F → 420/2 → 210° C (low by about 22°, not good) Footnote: Temperature is a measure of how fast an object's particles are moving.

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## Temperature Converter

Enter the value of the temperature you would like to convert and select its unit. Then select the unit you want to convert to.

### How to Convert Celsius to Fahrenheit

1. Take the temperature in Celsius and multiply 1.8
3. The result is degrees Fahrenheit.

### How to Convert Fahrenheit to Celsius

1. Take the temperature in Fahrenheit subtract 32
2. Divide by 1.8
3. The result is degrees Celsius

### How to Convert Celsius to Kelvin

K = C + 273.15

Where K = Degrees in Kelvin and C = Degrees in Celcius

The Celsius and Kelvin scales use the same size degrees, but Kelvin has a zero point at absolute zero, not the freezing point of water. So Kelvin temperatures have values 273.15 degrees higher than the same temperature in Celsius.

Example : the boiling point of water is 100 °C , which is equal to 373.15 K

The Kelvin scale is based on the concept of Absolute Zero, the temperature at wich matter stops vibrating. This temperature is -273.15 °C.

### Convert Degree Celsius (°C) to…

• 1 degree Celsius (°C) = 33.8 degree Fahrenheit (°F)
• 1 degree Celsius (°C) = 274.15 Kelvin

### Convert Degree Fahrenheit (°F) to…

• 1 degree Fahrenheit (°C) = -17.222* degree Celsius (°C)
• 1 degree Fahrenheit (°C) = 255.928* Kelvin

### Convert Kelvin to…

• 0 Kelvin = -273.15 degree Celsius (°C)
• 0 Kelvin = -459.67 degree Fahrenheit (°F)

* Calculation to 3 decimal places

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## Temperature Converter: Fahrenheit to Celsius & More

### Converting from Fahrenheit to Celsius

From the mid-18th to mid-20th centuries, Fahrenheit was the system most widely used in English-speaking countries, while continental Europeans preferred 'The Swedish Scale'. With the drive to standardisation and metrication from the 1950s, Celsius became the adopted temperature scale for the EEC (later EU), with the UK and Ireland converting (somewhat reluctantly) after joining the European community.

This reluctance was partly due to human preference. For while the Celsius scale was developed for convenience, Fahrenheit's scale was based on observation and measurement. Also, whereas Fahrenheit had developed a ratio scale, Celsius had produced an interval scale. These are very different things, as we shall explain in a future article.

This may help explain why many people prefer Fahrenheit readings as rather closer to actual experience. In Celsius, a chilly day at 11°C does not seem greatly different from a really hot one at 35°C. On the Fahrenheit scale, these respectively measure at about 52°F and 95°F, with the latter traditionally taken as license for red top tabloids to start running 48 point headlines containing words like 'Phew', 'Flaming' and 'Scorcher'.

Incidentally, while the UK's Met Office started publishing temperatures in both Celsius and Fahrenheit from 1962 and dropping use of Fahrenheit altogether from official reports in 1970, British media persisted in using Fahrenheit in weather reports well into the 21st century. Indeed it became the fashion to use Celsius when describing extreme winter conditions and Fahrenheit for heat waves - a nice example of double standards in action. ### Fahrenheit and Celsius formula

The formula to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius is:

[°C] = ([°F] - 32) × 5/9

In other words, take your Fahrenheit reading, subtract 32, multiply the answer by five and then divide by nine. So 66 degrees Fahrenheit minus 32 would be 34, times five makes 170 divided by nine equals 18.88 recurring, or 18.9°C.

### Celsius and Fahrenheit formula

[°F] = [°C] × 9/5 + 32

Here, you multiply your Celsius temperature by nine, divide by five and then add 32 to find the Fahrenheit reading.

So, 13 degrees Celsius times nine is 117, divided by five is 23.4, plus 32 makes 55.4°F.

### Using decimals

To make life a little simpler, using decimals instead of fractions, you can use 1.8 instead of 9/5.

This gives the following modified formulae

• Celsius to Fahrenheit:
(°C + 40) × 1.8 - 40 = °F
• Fahrenheit to Celsius:
(°F + 40) / 1.8 - 40 = °C

Trying this out in action on a hot day (and remembering that multiplying by 1.8 is the same as doubling and then subtracting 10 per cent) we could have 36°C plus 40 is 76, times 1.8 is 136.8 minus 40 is 96.8°F, which is firmly in 'Scorcha' territory.

And the other way, on a rather chillier day, 48°F plus 40 is 88, divided by 1.8 is 48.88 recurring (48.9) minus 40 equals 8.9°C, which actually does sound quite cold.

### Fahrenheit to Celsius reference chart

Celsius readings rounded up or down to single decimal points. ### Celsius to Fahrenheit reference chart

Fahrenheit readings rounded up or down to nearest whole degree ### Conversion units for the Temperature Converter

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Here we will show you how to convert 36 F to C so you know how hot or cold 36 degrees Fahrenheit is in Celsius.

The F to C formula is (F − 32) × 5/9 = C. When we enter 36 for F in the formula, we get (36 − 32) × 5/9 = C.

To solve (36 − 32) × 5/9, we first subtract 32 from 36, then we multiply the difference by 5, and then finally we divide the product by 9 to get the answer. Here is the math to illustrate:

36 - 32 = 4
4 x 5 = 20
20 / 9 = 2.22222

Therefore, the answer to 36 F to C is 2.22222 which can be written as follows:

36 °F = 2.22222 °C

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## Fahrenheit to Celsius

### Quick and easy Fahrenheit to Celsius conversion

There's a simple rule to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius that should be good enough for general use. Simply take 30 off the Fahrenheit value, and then half that number.

Note that this value isn’t perfect, but it might save you having to reach for a calculator (or our site!)

Absolute Zero Parity -459.67°F -273.15°C -40°F -40°C 0°F -17.78°C 32°F 0°C 98.6°F 37°C 212°F 100°C

### Definition of Fahrenheit and Celsius

In the Fahrenheit scale, water freezes at 32 degrees, and boils at 212 degrees. Boiling and freezing point are therefore 180 degrees apart. Normal body temperature is considered to be 98.6 °F (in real-life it fluctuates around this value). Absolute zero is defined as -459.67°F.

The Celsius scale is nowadays set in such a way that Zero degrees C is the temperature at which ice melts (note : 36 f to celsius the temperature at which it freezes, which is different!). At the other end of the scale, 100 degrees Celsius is the boiling point of water.

The scientific definition of Celsius is now defined against degrees Kelvin. Zero degrees Celsius is 273.15K. One degree Celsius is equal to one Kelvin, so we can say that the boiling point of water is equal to 273.15 + 100 = 373.15 Kelvin.

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### Why is converting Fahrenheit to Celsius so complicated?

Most things we measure – length, width, time etc. have one thing in 36 f to celsius – their values all start from zero. We all know exactly how long zero centimeters or inches is, and can convert zero of any of those units into another type of unit very easily. Zero centimeters = zero meters = zero inches. Taking inches and centimeters as an example, to go from zero inches to 1 inch we need to add one inch. So far, so obvious.
Similarly, to go from zero centimeters to 1 centimeter, we need only add 1 centimeter. The only difference between adding one 36 f to celsius or one centimetre is the amount of distance we're adding. The relationship between an inch and a spirit airlines phone number usa is that 1 inch is 2.54 centimetres. So we can say that adding 1 inch is the same as adding 2.54 centimetres. Because they both start at zero, the formula to convert between the two very easy (in = cm * 0.39370)

Temperature units aren't built in the same simple way, because they don't all start in the same place at zero. If we pegged absolute zero to be 0°F, 0°C and 0K, converting between them would be much easier, but Fahrenheit and Celsius were defined before we could tell where absolute zero great western motorcycles, and as a result Fahrenheit, Celsius and Kelvin all start from different values.

Because these temperature units don’t share a common zero point, we need to add or subtract an offset before we do our division or multiplication. It's not a difficult extra step, but it seems to be something that can cause confusion. As a rough rule of thumb:
To go from Fahrenheit to Celsius, take 30 off the Fahrenheit value, and then half that number.
For a 100% accurate answer, subtract 32 and divide by 1.8 (or use the calculator above!)

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The F to C formula is (F − 32) × 5/9 = C. When we enter 36 for F in the formula, we get (36 − 32) × 5/9 = C.

To solve (36 − 32) × 5/9, we first subtract 32 from 36, then we multiply the difference by 5, and then finally we divide the product by 9 to get the answer. Here is the math to illustrate:

36 36 f to celsius 32 = 4
4 x 5 = 20
20 / 9 = 2.22222

Therefore, the answer to 36 F to C is 2.22222 which can be written as follows:

36 °F = 2.22222 °C

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## Hot and Cold: Extreme Temperature Safety

### Extreme cold temperatures

As with high temperatures, don’t rely solely on the thermometer reading of environmental air for gauging cold temperatures. The speed of the wind and external body moisture can cause a chill that dramatically changes your body’s rate of cooling and how 36 f to celsius feel. In extremely cold weather, especially with a high wind chill factor, you can quickly experience the onset of hypothermia. Falling into cold water can also result in immersion hypothermia.

Some cold-related illnesses include:

• hypothermia
• frostbite
• trench foot (or “immersion foot”)
• chilblains
• Raynaud’s phenomenon
• cold-induced hives

In addition to these illnesses, winter weather can cause major inconveniences for travelers. Always be prepared to deal with heavy snow and extreme cold, whether you’re on the road or at home.

### Symptoms

When your body first drops below 98.6˚F (37˚C), you may experience:

• shivering
• an increased heart rate
• a slight decrease in coordination
• an increased urge to urinate

When your body temperature is between 91.4˚ and 85.2˚F (33˚ and 30˚C), you’ll:

• decrease or stop shivering
• fall into a stupor
• feel drowsy
• be unable to walk
• experience quick alternations between rapid heart rate and breathing too slowly
• shallow breathing

Between 85.2˚ and 71.6˚F (30˚C and 22˚C), you’ll experience:

• minimal breathing
• poor to no reflexes
• inability to move or respond to stimuli
• low blood pressure
• possibly coma

A body temperature below 71.6˚F (22˚C) can result in muscles becoming rigid, blood pressure becoming extremely low or even absent, heart and breathing rates decreasing, and it can ultimately lead to death.

### Treatment

If someone passes out, shows multiple symptoms listed above, and has a body temperature of 95˚F (35˚C) or lower, call 911 immediately. Perform CPR if the person isn’t breathing or doesn’t have a pulse.

To treat hypothermia, get out of the cold as soon as possible and to a warmer environment. Remove any damp or wet clothing and start warming up the middle areas of your body, including your head, neck, and chest, with a heating pad or against the skin of someone with a normal body temperature. Drink something warm to gradually increase your body temperature, but don’t have anything alcoholic.

Even after you begin to feel warm again, stay dry and keep yourself wrapped up in a warm blanket. Seek medical help right away to minimize the harm to your body.

To treat frostbite, soak the affected area in warm water no hotter than 105˚F (40˚C) and wrap it in gauze. Keep any toes or fingers affected by frostbite separated from each other to avoid rubbing the areas against each other. Do not rub, use, or walk on frostbitten skin, as this can cause tissue damage. See your doctor if you still can’t feel anything on your frostbitten skin after 30 minutes.

### Prevention

It’s essential to protect anyone experiencing early symptoms of hypothermia. If possible, remove them from the cold immediately. Don’t try to warm a person suffering from serious 36 f to celsius with vigorous exercise or rubbing, as this can lead to further problems.

To prevent cold-related illness, take one or more of these measures when the temperature 36 f to celsius to drop:

• eat substantial meals regularly and drink plenty of water
• avoid drinks with alcohol or caffeine
• remain inside near a source of heat
• wear a hat, beanie, or something similar on your head to retain heat and gloves or mittens on your hands
• wear multiple layers of clothing
• use lotion and lip balm to prevent dryness of your skin and lips
• bring extra clothes to change into in case you get damp or wet
• wear sunglasses when it’s snowing or extremely bright outside to avoid how to check your visa debit gift card balance blindness

### Risk factors

Common risk factors for hypothermia and frostbite include:

• being younger than 4 or older than 65
• consuming alcohol, caffeine, or tobacco
• being dehydrated
• exposing skin to extremely cold temperatures, especially when exercising and sweating
• becoming damp or wet in cold temperatures
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