Temperature Conversion

This easy-to-use temperature conversion tool does two things: It converts Celsius to Fahrenheit and Fahrenheit to Celsius.

Use this for comparing weather temperature, oven settings, or anything else you may need it for.

Simply enter a temperature in one of the boxes below and press enter to see its corresponding temperature.

Please enter the number and measurement you want to convert below:



By default, the answers above are rounded to the nearest two decimals.

You can change the number of decimals below to make it more or less accurate.


Celsius was invented by Anders Celsius from Sweden and Fahrenheit was invented by Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit from Poland.

Both Celsius and Fahrenheit were invented back in the 1700s. Except for the United States and some other smaller countries, most countries in the world use Celsius to measure temperature.

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How do we convert between Celsius and Fahrenheit temperatures?

Celsius to Fahrenheit
To get Fahrenheit, we multiply Celsius by 1.8 and then add 32.

Fahrenheit to Celsius
To get Celsius, we subtract 32 from Fahrenheit and then divide by 1.8.

Celsius = Fahrenheit

If you put the formula for Fahrenheit equal to the formula for Celsius, you will find that they are the same at -40 degrees.

In other words, -40 degrees Fahrenheit equals -40 degrees Celsius.

Freezing and Boiling

The freezing point for water is 0 degrees Celsius and the boiling point for water is 100 degrees Celsius.

The freezing point for water is 32 degrees Fahrenheit and the boiling point for water is 212 degrees Fahrenheit.


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