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Thursday, 24 February 2011

Converting Temperatures Degrees from °C to °F

Zack's Automatic Celsius to Fahrenheit Converter

I have made it easy peasy for you to convert the Temperatures!

Enter a Temperature value in either box and then click
on the calculate button:     C:      F:   
 

NOTE: Entering a large positive or negative value will produce truncated results.


And for the record the Old Fashioned way is…


To Change Fahrenheit to Celsius: 

To Change Celsius to Fahrenheit:

·         Start: Degrees of F
·         Subtract 32
·         Multiply by 5
·         Divide by 9
·         Start: Degrees of C
·         Multiply by 9
·         Divide by 5
·         Add 32  




I got this temperature conversion chart from http://www.onlineconversion.com
where they have loads of other handy stuff.

Gas Mark
Fahrenheit
Celsius
Description
¼
225
110
Very cool/very slow
½
250
130
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1
275
140
cool
2
300
150
---
3
325
170
very moderate
4
350
180
moderate
5
375
190
---
6
400
200
moderately hot
7
425
220
hot
8
450
230
---
9
475
240
very hot

For fan assisted ovens adjust back as you get to know your oven !



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