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Then: 57.6° + 32° = 89.6°F
Then: 19.8° + 32° = 51.8°F
First: 68° – 32° = 36°
First: 18° – 32° = –14°
(to 1 dec place)
The highest temperature ever recorded on Earth was 57.8°C, in Libya, Africa in 1922.How many degrees Fahrenheit was this, to the nearest degree?
Then: 104.04° + 32° = 136.04°F.
This is 136°F to the nearest degree
The highest temperature ever recorded in the UK was 101.3°F, recorded in Kent in 2003.
Q. How many degrees Celsius was this?
First: 101.3° – 32° = 69.3°
(41 °F – 32) × (5/9)
=9 × (5/9) = 5 ° C
The lowest temperature ever recorded on Earth was – 89.2°C, recorded in Antarctica in 1983. How many degrees Fahrenheit was that, to the nearest degree?
= – 160.56°
Then: –160.56° + 32° = –128.56°F
which is –129°F to the nearest degree.
(13 ° F – 32) × (5/9)
= – 19 × (5/9)
= – 10.6 ° C
The fastest temperature drop ever recorded was 49°F in 15 minutes, recorded in Rapid City, South Dakota, USA in 1911. How many degrees Celsius was this?
Note that these are temperature changes, not actual temperatures, so we do not first subtract 32°. To change from degrees Fahrenheit to degrees Celsius, we just multiply by 5/9:
What is the formula to convert to fahrenheit to celsius?
100° C × (9/5) + 32
= 180 + 32
= 212° F
19° C × (9/5) + 32
= 34.2 + 32
= 66.2° F
On the Fahrenheit scale, the freezing point of water is _____ degrees and the boiling point is ____ degrees.
The Celsius temperature scale is still sometimes referred to as the _?_ scale.
14°C × (9/5) + 32 = 25.2 + 32
=57.2°F
(73 ° F –32) × (5/9)
= 41 × (5/9)
= 22.8 ° C
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