Physic Tutorials

Converting 50, 30, 60, 40, 45, 100 Celsius to Fahrenheit

In other to convert degree Celsius to Fahrenheit, you will have to make use of an equation. The equation can also be used vice-versa.

There are three types of scale for measuring temperature; and they are

• The Celsius scale
• The Fahrenheit scale
• The absolute scale (Kelvin)

The lower and upper fixed point for a Celsius scale is 0oc to 100oc while for a Fahrenheit scale it is 32of and 212of.

In order to covert, you will use c/5 = f-32/9. The c represent the value for the Celsius while the f represents the value for the Fahrenheit.

How To Convert 50, 30, 60, 40, 45, 100 Celsius to Fahrenheit

50C to Fahrenheit

c/5 = f-32/9

c = 50

substitute, 50/5 = f-32/9

10/1 = f-32/9

Cross multiply

10*9 = 1(f-32)

90 = f -32

Make f the subject of the equation

F = 90 +32 = 122

Therefore, 50c to Fahrenheit is 122oF

30C to Fahrenheit

c/5 = f-32/9

c = 30

substitute, 30/5 = f-32/9

6/1 = f-32/9

Cross multiply

6*9 = 1(f-32)

54 = f -32

Make f the subject of the equation

F = 54 +32 = 86

Therefore, 30c to Fahrenheit is 86oF

60C to Fahrenheit

c/5 = f-32/9

c = 60

substitute, 60/5 = f-32/9

12/1 = f-32/9

Cross multiply

12*9 = 1(f-32)

108 = f -32

Make f the subject of the equation

F = 108 +32 = 140

Therefore, 60c to Fahrenheit is 140oF

40C to Fahrenheit

c/5 = f-32/9

c = 40

substitute, 40/5 = f-32/9

8/1 = f-32/9

Cross multiply

8*9 = 1(f-32)

72 = f -32

Make f the subject of the equation

F = 72 +32 = 104

Therefore, 40c to Fahrenheit is 104oF

45C to Fahrenheit

c/5 = f-32/9

c = 45

substitute, 45/5 = f-32/9

9/1 = f-32/9

Cross multiply

9*9 = 1(f-32)

81 = f -32

Make f the subject of the equation

F = 81 +32 = 113

Therefore, 45c to Fahrenheit is 113oF

100C to Fahrenheit

c/5 = f-32/9

c = 100

substitute, 100/5 = f-32/9

20/1 = f-32/9

Cross multiply

20*9 = 1(f-32)

180 = f -32

Make f the subject of the equation

F = 180 +32 = 212

Therefore, 100c to Fahrenheit is 212oF

Bolarinwa Olajire

A tutor with a demonstrated history of working in the education industry. Skilled in analytical skills. Strong education professional with a M. SC focused in condensed matter. You can follow me on Twitter by clicking on the icon below to ask questions.