More and more Americans are learning how to convert temperature the easy way. The equations involved in converting temperature seem complicated, so people are looking for techniques to make temperature conversion simpler and quicker. There are now conversion applications on the internet and on mobile phones that individuals can use. The problem is that in the absence of these applications, it will be impossible to convert temperature if the individual does not know how to do it manually.

**Importance**

The Fahrenheit scale is the official scale of the United States. It is being used for everyday applications, such as cooking food, forecasting weather, and getting the temperature in general. It may seem like learning how to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius and Kelvin and vice versa does not matter all that much. However, most countries on the globe use the Celsius system. Not knowing how to convert temperature the easy way may become an issue for Americans who are visiting or planning to visit any of these countries.

**Converting Celsius To Fahrenheit**

The equation for converting temperature from Celsius to Fahrenheit is (9/5 * C) + 32 = F.

C stands for the Celsius temperature. The temperature should be multiplied by 9 and the product should be divided by 5. The number 32 should then be added to the quotient.

For example, you want to convert 37 degrees Celsius to Fahrenheit.

A. 9 x 37= 333

B. 333 / 5 = 66.6

C. 32 + 66.6 = 98.6

32 degrees Celsius is equal to 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit.

Converting Fahrenheit To Celsius

The equation for converting temperature from Fahrenheit to Celsius is (F – 32) * 5/9 = C.

F stands for the Fahrenheit temperature. The number 32 has to be subtracted from the temperature. The difference should then be multiplied by 5 and the product should be divided by 9.

For example, you want to convert 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit to Celsius.

A. 98.6 – 32 = 66.6

B. 5 x 66.6 = 333

C. 333 / 9 = 37.

The result is the same as the temperature that was used in the converting Celsius to Fahrenheit example.

Converting Celsius And Fahrenheit To Kelvin

To get the Kelvin temperature, add 273.15 to the Celsius temperature. If the temperature is 37 degrees Celsius and you add 273.15 to it, the result will be 310.15. If the temperature is in Fahrenheit, simply convert it to Celsius first then add 273.15.

How To Convert Temperature The Easy Way

Instead of using fractions (9/5 and 5/9) to do the conversions, you can use 1.8 to make it easier. If you want to convert Celsius to Fahrenheit, just multiply the temperature by 1.8 and then add 32 to the product. If you want to convert temperature from Fahrenheit to Celsius, subtract 32 from the number and then divide the difference by 1.8.

Another Trick

There is another technique on how to convert temperature the easy way, but it only works for Celsius to Fahrenheit conversions. First, you multiply the Celsius temperature by 2 and then subtract 1/10 of its value from the product. After those steps are completed, you add 32 to the result. For example, you want to convert 37 degrees Celsius. Multiply it by two and you will get 74. Subtract 1/10 of its value, which is 7.4, from the product. You will be left with 66.6. If you add 32 to this number, the result will be 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit.

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