# Fahrenheit to Celsius Converter (Easily Convert °F to °C)

1°F = -17.22 °F

°C

°F

## Fahrenheit to Celsius Chart​

 Fahrenheit (°F) Celsius (°C) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 -17.22 -16.66 -16.11 -15.55 -15 -14.44 -13.88 -13.33 -12.77 -12.22 -11.66 -11.11 -10.55 -10 -9.44 -8.88 -8.33 -7.77 -7.22 -6.66 -6.11 -5.55 -5 -4.44 -3.88 -3.33 -2.77 -2.22 -1.66 -1.11 -0.55 0 0.55 1.11 1.66 2.22 2.77 3.33 3.88 4.44 5 5.55 6.11 6.66 7.22 7.77 8.33 8.88 9.44 10 10.55 11.11 11.66 12.22 12.77 13.33 13.88 14.44 15 15.55 16.11 16.66 17.22 17.77 18.33 18.88 19.44 20 20.55 21.11 21.66 22.22 22.77 23.33 23.88 24.44 25 25.55 26.11 26.66 27.22 27.77 28.33 28.88 29.44 30 30.55 31.11 31.66 32.22 32.77 33.33 33.88 34.44 35 35.55 36.11 36.66 37.22 37.77

## 1 Fahrenheit in other units​

Let us see, how much is 1 degree Fahrenheit (°F) in other units.

 1 Fahrenheit (°F) is equals to -17.22 Celsius (°C) 255.9 kelvin (K) -13.78 Réaumer (°Re) 460.7 degrees Rankine (°R) -5.683 degrees Newton (°N) -1.542 degrees Rømer (°Rø) 175.8 degrees Delisle (°D)

## How many Celsius is 1 Fahrenheit?​

Do you know how many Celsius is one Fahrenheit?

In other words,

1 Fahrenheit = (?) Celsius

It’s simple.

One Fahrenheit is equals to -17.22 Celsius.

Mathematically,

1 Fahrenheit = -17.22 Celsius

## How to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius (°F to °C)?​

To convert Fahrenheit to Celsius, subtract 32 from the Fahrenheit value and then multiply it with (5/9).

(Fahrenheit value – 32) × (5/9)

For example, if you want to convert 100 degree Fahrenheit into Celsius, then you have to subtract 32 from it and then multiply it with (5/9).
i.e (100 – 32) × (5/9) = 37.75

Thus, we get 100 Celsius (°C) = 37.75 Fahrenheit (°F).

Important Fahrenheit to Celsius conversions are given below:

## Few solved Fahrenheit to Celsius conversions

Few fahrenheit to celsius conversions are shown below (with calculations.)

Convert 95 degree fahrenheit to celsius:

The formula required for conversion is;

°C = (5/9) (°F – 32)

To convert 95 degree fahrenheit to celsius, subtract 32 from the fahrenheit value and then multiply it with 5 and divide it by 9.

°C = (5/9) (95 – 32)

°C = (5/9) (63)

°C = 35

So, 95 °F = 35 °C.

Convert -40 degree fahrenheit to celsius:

The formula required for conversion is;

°C = (5/9) (°F – 32)

To convert -40 degree fahrenheit to celsius, subtract 32 from the fahrenheit value and then multiply it with 5 and divide it by 9.

°C = (5/9) (-40 – 32)

°C = (5/9) (-72)

°C = -40

So, -40 °F = -40 °C.

Note: -40 degrees is the only value at which Fahrenheit temperature and Celsius temperature becomes equal.

Convert 320 degree fahrenheit to celsius:

The formula required for conversion is;

°C = (5/9) (°F – 32)

To convert 320 degree fahrenheit to celsius, subtract 32 from the fahrenheit value and then multiply it with 5 and divide it by 9.

°C = (5/9) (320 – 32)

°C = (5/9) (288)

°C = 160

So, 320 °F = 160 °C.

Note: 320 degrees is the only value at which Celsius temperature becomes exactly half of the Fahrenheit temperature (i.e °C = (½) °F).

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