Celsius to Fahrenheit?

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 A person can use a Celsius to Fahrenheit conversion tool to easily know the exact readings of these two temperatures. Celsius temperatures are usually read by those who use the metric measuring system. It follows an interval system instead of a ratio system. This system begins with a measurement of 0 as the freezing mark on the Celsius temperature scale and a 32 on the Fahrenheit scale. Then one adds one unit to the Celsius scale and 1.8 to the Fahrenheit scale to get matching temperature reading. This is the closest way of guessing the Celsius number that matches the Fahrenheit reading. However, for an exact number one can use a conversion tool.
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One degree Celsius is equal to 33.8 degrees Fahrenheit.
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To change from fahrenheit to celsius first you subtract 32 degrees and then you would take that number and multiply it by 5/9 to get your celsius.
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1. Multiply the temperature in degrees Celsius by 9. For instance, if it's 30 degrees Celsius, multiply 30 times 9 to get 270. 2. Divide the answer from step one by five. For instance
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