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2023-02-20

How many degrees celsius equals one degree fahrenheit?

GreerceViemkpy2

Beginner2023-02-21Added 5 answers

If $F$ is the Fahrenheit temperature and $C$ is the Celsius temperature, then

$\frac{F-32}{180}$= $\frac{C-0}{100}$

or $\frac{F-32}{9}=\frac{C}{5}$

Therefore if $F=1$,

$\frac{C}{5}=\frac{1-32}{9}=-\frac{31}{9}$ and

$C=\frac{(-31)\times 5}{9}=-\frac{155}{9}=-17.22$

If you're curious about how many degrees Celsius the temperature will change for every $1}^{\circ$ change in Fahrenheit, read on.

we observe that relation $\frac{F-32}{9}=\frac{C}{5}$ is

$C=\frac{5}{9}F-\frac{32}{9}$ or $F=\frac{9}{5}C+32$

So for every rise or fall by $1}^{\circ$ Fahrenheit, it is $\frac{5}{9}={0.555}^{\circ}$ Celsius and for every rise or fall by $1}^{\circ$ Celsius, it is $\frac{9}{5}={1.8}^{\circ}$ Fahrenheit.

$\frac{F-32}{180}$= $\frac{C-0}{100}$

or $\frac{F-32}{9}=\frac{C}{5}$

Therefore if $F=1$,

$\frac{C}{5}=\frac{1-32}{9}=-\frac{31}{9}$ and

$C=\frac{(-31)\times 5}{9}=-\frac{155}{9}=-17.22$

If you're curious about how many degrees Celsius the temperature will change for every $1}^{\circ$ change in Fahrenheit, read on.

we observe that relation $\frac{F-32}{9}=\frac{C}{5}$ is

$C=\frac{5}{9}F-\frac{32}{9}$ or $F=\frac{9}{5}C+32$

So for every rise or fall by $1}^{\circ$ Fahrenheit, it is $\frac{5}{9}={0.555}^{\circ}$ Celsius and for every rise or fall by $1}^{\circ$ Celsius, it is $\frac{9}{5}={1.8}^{\circ}$ Fahrenheit.