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# Converting Celsius to Fahrenheit - Quick Maths

This might be an odd one but it's been bugging me lately. Does anyone know of a quick and dirty trick to convert Celsius to Fahrenheit? I know it's not related to college but sometimes during science experiments, I struggle with the conversions.

a month ago

There's certainly a mathematical formula you can use to convert Celsius to Fahrenheit. The formula is (°C × 9/5) + 32 = °F. Let me give an example: if you have 30 degrees Celsius and you want to convert it to Fahrenheit, you would calculate it as follows: (30 9/5) + 32, which equals 86°F.

But if you're looking for a quick estimation instead of exact numbers, you can follow this easier method: double the Celsius temperature and then add 30 to get an approximate Fahrenheit equivalent. Using the previous example, this would be: 2 30 + 30 = 90°F. This isn't exact, but it might be easier for quick calculations you need to do in your head. Just remember, it's a rough approximation and not 100% accurate!

a month ago