What is 100 degrees Fahrenheit in Celsius?

Answer: 100 degrees Fahrenheit is approximately 37.78 degrees Celsius. This is calculated using the formula: (F − 32) × 5/9.

Temperature Conversion Skills

Converting Fahrenheit to Celsius is important in understanding temperature scales. The formula for converting 100 degrees Fahrenheit to Celsius is (100 − 32) × 5/9. This equals 37.78. Teaching this formula helps children understand how temperature is measured in different parts of the world and enhances their ability to compare weather conditions.

FAQ on Temperature Conversion Skills

What is 32 degrees Fahrenheit in Celsius?

32 degrees Fahrenheit is 0 degrees Celsius.

How do you convert 212 degrees Fahrenheit to Celsius?

212 degrees Fahrenheit is 100 degrees Celsius.

What is 50 degrees Fahrenheit in Celsius?

50 degrees Fahrenheit is approximately 10 degrees Celsius.

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