# Celsius to Fahrenheit Conversion (°C to °F)

Please enter **celsius (°C)** value of temperature unit to **convert celsius to fahrenheit**.

**1 Celsius** is equal to **33.8 Fahrenheit**.

### Celsius Definition

**Celsius**, sometimes referred to as *centigrade*, is a unit for temperature measurement and a related temperature scale. It has got the name of its developer, the Swedish scientist and physicist A. Celsius. The SI recognizes Celsius as a base temperature measurement unit, and the symbol for *Celsius* is °C. Traditionally, the scale is defined and the following: 0 °C is the water freezing point, and 100 °C is boiling water point (at sea level).

### Fahrenheit Definition

**Fahrenheit** is a *temperature* measurement unit and a scale developed in the beginning of the 18^{th} century by a German physicist and scientists D. G. Fahrenheit. This unit is widely used in the US and other countries of the world using the Imperial system. It is accepted by SI with the given symbol *F*. Fahrenheit scale is based on two fixed points: 32F is defined as water freezing point, and 212F is water boiling point.

### About °C to °F Converter

This is a very easy to use celsius to fahrenheit converter.
First of all just type the **celsius (°C)** value in the text field of the conversion form to start converting *°C to °F*,
then select the decimals value and finally hit convert button if auto calculation didn't work. **Fahrenheit** value will be converted automatically as you type.

The decimals value is the number of digits to be calculated or rounded of the result of **celsius to fahrenheit conversion**.

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## Celsius to Fahrenheit conversion formula

°F = °C * 1.8 + 32

Example: 20 °C = 68 °F

20 * 1.8 = 36

36 + 32 = 68

### Celsius to Fahrenheit Conversion Chart

Celsius | Fahrenheit |
---|---|

1 °C | 33.8 °F |

2 °C | 35.6 °F |

3 °C | 37.4 °F |

4 °C | 39.2 °F |

5 °C | 41 °F |

6 °C | 42.8 °F |

7 °C | 44.6 °F |

8 °C | 46.4 °F |

9 °C | 48.2 °F |

10 °C | 50 °F |

11 °C | 51.8 °F |

12 °C | 53.6 °F |

13 °C | 55.4 °F |

14 °C | 57.2 °F |

15 °C | 59 °F |

16 °C | 60.8 °F |

17 °C | 62.6 °F |

18 °C | 64.4 °F |

19 °C | 66.2 °F |

20 °C | 68 °F |

21 °C | 69.8 °F |

22 °C | 71.6 °F |

23 °C | 73.4 °F |

24 °C | 75.2 °F |

25 °C | 77 °F |

26 °C | 78.8 °F |

27 °C | 80.6 °F |

28 °C | 82.4 °F |

29 °C | 84.2 °F |

30 °C | 86 °F |

31 °C | 87.8 °F |

32 °C | 89.6 °F |

33 °C | 91.4 °F |

34 °C | 93.2 °F |

35 °C | 95 °F |

36 °C | 96.8 °F |

37 °C | 98.6 °F |

38 °C | 100.4 °F |

39 °C | 102.2 °F |

40 °C | 104 °F |

41 °C | 105.8 °F |

42 °C | 107.6 °F |

43 °C | 109.4 °F |

44 °C | 111.2 °F |

45 °C | 113 °F |

46 °C | 114.8 °F |

47 °C | 116.6 °F |

48 °C | 118.4 °F |

49 °C | 120.2 °F |

50 °C | 122 °F |

Celsius | Fahrenheit |
---|---|

50 °C | 122 °F |

55 °C | 131 °F |

60 °C | 140 °F |

65 °C | 149 °F |

70 °C | 158 °F |

75 °C | 167 °F |

80 °C | 176 °F |

85 °C | 185 °F |

90 °C | 194 °F |

95 °C | 203 °F |

100 °C | 212 °F |

105 °C | 221 °F |

110 °C | 230 °F |

115 °C | 239 °F |

120 °C | 248 °F |

125 °C | 257 °F |

130 °C | 266 °F |

135 °C | 275 °F |

140 °C | 284 °F |

145 °C | 293 °F |

150 °C | 302 °F |

155 °C | 311 °F |

160 °C | 320 °F |

165 °C | 329 °F |

170 °C | 338 °F |

175 °C | 347 °F |

180 °C | 356 °F |

185 °C | 365 °F |

190 °C | 374 °F |

195 °C | 383 °F |

200 °C | 392 °F |

205 °C | 401 °F |

210 °C | 410 °F |

215 °C | 419 °F |

220 °C | 428 °F |

225 °C | 437 °F |

230 °C | 446 °F |

235 °C | 455 °F |

240 °C | 464 °F |

245 °C | 473 °F |

250 °C | 482 °F |

255 °C | 491 °F |

260 °C | 500 °F |

265 °C | 509 °F |

270 °C | 518 °F |

275 °C | 527 °F |

280 °C | 536 °F |

285 °C | 545 °F |

290 °C | 554 °F |

295 °C | 563 °F |

#### Celsius to Fahrenheit Common Values

- 2 °C = 35.6 °F
- 20 °C = 68 °F
- 3 °C = 37.4 °F
- 30 °C = 86 °F
- 25 °C = 77 °F
- 40 °C = 104 °F
- 37 °C = 98.6 °F
- 38 °C = 100.4 °F
- 22 °C = 71.6 °F
- 10 °C = 50 °F
- 21 °C = 69.8 °F
- 35 °C = 95 °F
- 23 °C = 73.4 °F
- 4 °C = 39.2 °F
- 32 °C = 89.6 °F
- 24 °C = 75.2 °F
- 1 °C = 33.8 °F
- 100 °C = 212 °F
- -20 °C = -4 °F

## Recent Comments

i was taught a different way to calculate for example: F to C 32 + 40=72 72x5/9 so multiply 5x72=360 then divide by 9 = 40 . you the minus the 40 you added at the beginning of conversation =0 c. the only difference in formula if converting C to F is x by 9/5

Average temperature of Istanbul in September is 19.8 °C = 67.64 °F

@Melissa E.

Thanks for warning. We removed the phrase as you suggested.

From above: "There are 33.8 fahrenheit in a celsius." This in english makes no sense. Do you mean to say that there is a ratio of 1.8°F to 1°C (1.8:1) or each 1° in celsius equals 1.8° fahrenheit?

From above: "1 °C = 33.8 °F" If this were interpreted as a ratio, 100°C would equal 3380°F! Talk about superheated steam! I suggest this either be clarified or removed.

As always, your results may vary.. :)

I wish to convert amounts in recipes. Thanks!

It would help us older folks who wish to (have) use a body temperature thermometer to have a chart that shows the temperature convertions

@Jon

We just fixed the order of conversion table, please refresh the page.

We will also improve the conversion table for more systematic.

thank you.

Oh NO ! I started at the Rankin page out of curiousity.... This is the same.... why not low -to- high or the like.... what is with this ordering ? It is absurd. Unfortunately, I work with an computer system designed by SAP (Gemany) and it has a similar, ridiculous numerical ranking system for tables.... umph !

It is 68 °F and I feel warm here,

to your calculator 68 F is 20 celsius.

useful calculator, thanks.