# Celsius Formula

Celsius scale is also called a centigrade scale. The Celsius scale is based on 0° C as melting point and 100° C as the boiling point. The temperature is written in terms of Celsius, Fahrenheit or Kelvin.

The temperature values can be converted from one unit to another with the following formula

### Celsius to Fahrenheit Conversion

$F=(C *1.8)+32$
$C=(F-32)/1.8$

Where,
F – Fahrenheit
C – Celsius

### Celsius to Kelvin Conversion Formula

$C =K-273.15$
$K= C+273.15$

Where,
K – Kelvin
C – Celsius

### Solved Example

Question: Convert temperatures 30° Celsius to Fahrenheit.
Solution:

Given,

Celsius = 30°

$F=(C *1.8)+32$

F = (30 *1.8) + 32
30° Celsius =   86 Fahrenheit
i.e. 30°C = 86°F

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1. Mahideep

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