The temperature 14 degrees Celsius is 57.2 degrees Fahrenheit. Celsius places freezing at zero degrees and boiling at 100 degrees, while Fahrenheit places freezing at 32 degrees and boiling at 212 degrees.
The equation used to convert between Celsius and Fahrenheit is ((C x 9) / 5) + 32, where "C" is the temperature in Celsius. Therefore, the problem solver should multiply 14 times 9 to get 126. This amount of 126 is then divided by 5 to get 25.2, and then 32 is added to get 57.2, which is the temperature in Fahrenheit.
To convert from Fahrenheit to Celsius, the equation is reversed as ((F - 32) 5) / 9, where "F" is the temperature in Fahrenheit.