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The International System of Units
is called "SI" (spoken "ess i")



To convert either Fahrenheit or Celsius temperatures, follow the center column to the desired temperature, then read the conversions temperature in the "°F" or "°C" column.  Thus, in the example shown 20 °F equals -6.7 °C and 20 °C equals 68.0 °F
  
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To convert
  °Celsius
into °Fahrenheit
multiply by
1.8 and add 32
OR
Celsius to Fahrenheit:
°C x 9/5 + 32 = °F

Sing Along! To convert
°Fahrenheit
into °Celsius
subtract 32 and multiply by 0.55
OR
Fahrenheit to Celsius:
°F-32 x 5/9 = °C

°C

°

°F

 

°C

°

°F

 

°C

°

°F

- 28.9

- 20

- 4.8

 

- 6.1

21

59.8

 

16.1

61

141.8

- 28.9

- 19

- 2.2

 

- 5.6

22

71.6

 

16.7

62

143.6

- 27.8

- 18

- 0.4

 

- 5.0

23

73.4

 

17.2

63

145.4

- 27.2

- 17

1.4

 

- 4.4

24

75.2

 

17.8 

64

147.2

- 26.7

- 16

3.2

 

- 3.9

25

77.0

 

18.3

65

149.0

- 26.1

- 15

5.0

 

- 3.3

26

78.8

 

18.9

66

150.8

- 25.6

- 14

6.8

 

- 2.8

27

80.6

 

19.4

67

152.6

- 25.0

- 13

8.6

 

- 2.2

28

82.4

 

20.0

68

154.4

- 24.4

- 12

10.4

 

- 1.7

29

84.2

 

20.6

69

156.2

- 23.9

- 11

12.2

 

- 1.1

30

86.0

 

21.1

70

158.0

- 23.3

- 10

14.0

 

- 0.6

31

87.8

 

21.7

71

159.8

- 22.8

- 9

15.8

 

0.0

32

89.6

 

22.2

72

161.6

- 22.2

- 8

17.6

 

0.6

33

91.4

 

22.8

73

163.4

- 21. 7

- 7

19.4

 

1.1

34

93.2

 

23.3

74

165.2

- 21.1

- 6

21.2

 

1.7

35

95.0

 

23.9

75

167.0

- 20.6

- 5

23.0

 

2.2

36

96.8

 

24.4

76

168.8

- 20.0

- 4

24.8

 

2.8

37

98.6

 

25.0

77

170.6

- 19.4

- 3

26.6

 

3.3

38

100.4

 

25.6

78

172.4

- 18.9

- 2

28.4

 

3.9

39

102.2

 

26.1

79

174.2

- 18.3

- 1

30.2

 

4.4

40

104.0

 

26.7

80

176.0

- 17.8

0

32.0

 

5.0

41

105.8

 

27.2

81

177.8

- 17.2

1

33.8

 

5.6

42

107.6

 

27.8

82

179.6

- 16.7

2

35.6

 

6.1

43

109.4

 

28.3

83

181.4

- 16.1

3

37.4

 

6.7

44

111.2

 

28.9

84

183.2

- 15.6

4

39.2

 

7.2

45

113.0

 

29.4

85

185.0

- 15.0

5

41.0

 

7.8

46

114.8

 

30.0

86

186.8

- 14.4

6

42.8

 

8.3

47

116.6

 

30.6

87

188.6

- 13.9

7

44.6

 

8.9

48

118.4

 

31.1

88

190.4

- 13.3

8

46.4

 

9.4

49

120.2

 

31.7

89

192.2

- 12.8

9

48.2

 

10.0

50

122.0

 

32.2

90

194.0

- 12.2

10

50.0

 

10.6

51

123.8

 

32.8

91

195.8

-11.7

11

51.8

 

11.1

52

125.6

 

33.3

92

197.6

- 11.1

12

53.6

 

11.7

53

127.4

 

33.9

93

199.4

- 10.6

13

55.4

 

12.2

54

129.2

34.4

94

201.2

- 10.0

14

57.2

 

12.8

55

131.0

 

35.0

95

203.0

9.4

15

59.0

 

13.3

56

132.8

 

35.6

96

204.8

8.9

16

.60.8

 

13.9

57

134.6

 

36.1

97

206.6

8.3

17

62.6

 

14.4

58

136.4

 

36.7

98

208.4

7.8

18

64.4

 

15.0

59

138.2

 

37.2

99

210.2

7.2

19

66.2

 

15.6

60

140.0

 

37.8

100

212.0

6.7

20

68.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                 
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TEMPERATURE
°Conversions

PAGE 21b
The International System of Units
is called "SI" (spoken "ess i")

To convert either Fahrenheit or Celsius temperatures, follow the center column to the desired temperature, then read the conversions temperature in the "°F" or "°C" column.  Thus, in the example shown 101 °F equals 38.3 °C and 101 °C equals 213.8 °F

  
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°C

°

°F

 

°C

°

°F

 

°C

°

°F

38.3

101

213.8

 

60.6

141

285.8

 

82.8

181

357.8

38.9

102

215.6

 

61.1

142

287.6

 

83.3

182

359.6

39.4

103

217.4

 

61.7

143

289.4

 

83.9

183

361.4

40.0

104

219.2

 

62.2

144

291.2

 

84.4

184

363.2

40.6

105

221.0

 

62.8

145

293.0

 

85.0

185

365.0

41.1

106

222.8

 

63.3

146

294.8

 

85.6

186

366.8

41.7

107

224.6

 

63.9

147

296.6

 

86.1

187

368.6

42.2

108

226.4

 

64.4

148

298.4

 

86.7

188

370.4

42.8

109

228.2

 

65.0

149

300.2

 

87.2

189

372.2

43.3

110

230.0

 

65.6

150

302.0

 

87.8

190

374.0

43.9

111

231.8

 

66.1

151

303.8

 

88.3

191

375.8

44.4

112

233.6

 

66.7

152

305.6

 

88.9

192

377.6

45.0

113

235.4

 

67.2

153

307.4

 

89.4

193

379.4

45.6

114

237.2

 

67.8

154

309.2

 

90.0

194

381.2

46.1

115

239.0

 

68.3

155

311.0

 

90.6

195

383.0

46.7

116

240.8

 

68.9

156

312.8

 

91.1

196

384.8

47.2

117

242.6

 

69.4

157

314.6

 

91.7

197

386.6

47.8

118

244.4

 

70.0

158

316.4

 

92.2

198

388.4

48.3

119

246.2

 

70.6

159

318.2

 

92.8

199

390.2

48.9

120

248.0

 

71.1

160

320.0

 

93.3

200

392.0

49.4

121

249.8

 

71.7

161

321.8

 

93.9

201

393.8

50.0

122

251.6

 

72.2

162

323.6

 

94.4

202

395.6

50.6

123

253.4

 

72.8

163

325.4

 

95.0

203

397.4

51.1

124

255.2

 

73.3

164

327.2

 

95.6

204

399.2

51.7

125

257.0

 

73.9

165

329.0

 

96.1

205

401.0

52.2

126

258.8

 

74.4

166

330.8

 

96.7

206

402.8

52.8

127

260.6

 

75.0

167

332.6

 

97.2

207

404.6

53.3

128

262.4

 

75.6

168

334.4

 

97.8

208

406.4

53.9

129

264.2

 

76.1

169

336.2

 

98.3

209

408.2

54.4

130

266.0

 

76.7

170

338.0

 

98.9

210

410.0

55.0

131

267.8

 

77.2

171

339.8

 

99.4

211

411.8

55.6

132

269.6

 

77.8

172

341.6

 

100.0

212

413.6

56.1

133

271.4

 

78.3

173

343.4

 

100.6

213

415.4

56.7

134

273.2

 

78.9

174

345.2

 

101.1

214

417.2

57.2

135

275.0

 

79.4

175

347.0

 

101.7

215

419.0

57.8

136

276.8

 

80.0

176

348.8

 

102.2

216

420.8

58.3

137

278.6

 

80.6

177

350.6

 

102.8

217

422.6

58.9

138

280.4

 

81.1

178

352.4

 

103.3

218

424.4

59.4

139

282.2

 

81.6

179

354.2

 

103.9

219

426.2

60.0

140

284.0

 

82.2

180

356.0

 

104.4

220

428.0