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# What is 375 degrees Fahrenheit in degrees Celsius?

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Three hundred seventy-five degrees Fahrenheit is equal to 190.556 degrees Celsius. To convert a temperature from degrees Fahrenheit to degrees Celsius, use the formula: Celsius = 5/9 (Fahrenheit-32). To change a temperature from Celsius to Fahrenheit, the formula is Fahrenheit = 9/5 (Celsius)+32.

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Using the formula, 375 degrees F is equal to 5/9 x (375 - 32) degrees C. The answer works out to 5/9 x 343, which is equal to 190.55555555. Rounding to three decimal places, it becomes 190.556 degrees C. To check the answer, convert back to Fahrenheit by using the formula Fahrenheit = 9/5 (Celsius)+32. Fahrenheit = 9/5 x (190.556) +32, which is approximately equal to 375 degrees F.

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