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automotive road side assistance# What is the formula of temperature?

Last Updated: 6th January, 2020

Celsius to Fahrenheit | ° F = 9/5 ( ° C) + 32 |
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Kelvin to Fahrenheit | ° F = 9/5 (K - 273) + 32 |

Fahrenheit to Celsius | ° C = 5/9 (° F - 32) |

Celsius to Kelvin | K = ° C + 273 |

Kelvin to Celsius | ° C = K - 273 |

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People also ask, how do you calculate temperature?

This is easy. You subtract the final**temperature**from the starting **temperature** to find thedifference. So ifsomething starts at 50 degrees Celsius andfinishes at 75 degreesC, then the change in **temperature** is75 degrees C – 50degrees C = 25 degrees C. For decreases in**temperature**, theresult is negative.

One may also ask, how do you calculate F to C? **C**° to **F**°: Celsiusto**Fahrenheit** Conversion Formula To convert temperatures in degrees Celsiusto**Fahrenheit**, multiply by 1.8 (or 9/5) andadd32.

Likewise, people ask, what are the formulas in converting temperature?

Temperature Conversion Table

From | To Fahrenheit | To Celsius |
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Fahrenheit (F) | F | (F – 32) * 5/9 |

Celsius (C or ^{o}) | (C * 9/5) + 32 | C |

Kelvin (K) | (K – 273.15) * 9/5 + 32 | K – 273.15 |

What is the normal temperature range?

The average **normal** body **temperature**isgenerally accepted as 98.6°F (37°C). Some studieshaveshown that the "**normal**" body **temperature** can haveawide **range**, from 97°F (36.1°C) to99°F(37.2°C). A **temperature** over 100.4°F(38°C) mostoften means you have a fever caused by an infectionorillness.