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C/5 = (F-32)/9

this is the formula for conversion of Fahrenheit scale to Celsius scale. Where C is the value of temperature at Celsius scale and F for Fahrenheit.

Posted on Mar 12, 2011

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**freezer**temperature is zero degrees farenheit (negative eighteen degrees centigrade) which will store food safely and stop bacteria forming - It's a good idea to buy a fridge thermometer and check the temperature if you are not sure it the thermostat is working efficiently
- If you adjust the thermostat, it generally will take twentyfour hours to adjust the temperature

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**frigidaire**should have a temperature of between thirtyseven degrees farenheit (three degrees centigrade) and forty degrees farenheit (five degrees centigrade). Any higher and the food will go off, any lower and you'll lose nutrients and fresh food can be ruined. - The ideal
**freezer**temperature is zero degrees farenheit (negative eighteen degrees centigrade) which will store food safely and stop bacteria forming - It's a good idea to buy a fridge thermometer and check the temperature if you are not sure it the thermostat is working efficiently
- If you adjust the thermostat, it generally will take twentyfour hours to adjust the temperature

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6 degrees Farenheit = -14.44 degrees Celcius

Water freezes at 32 degrees Farenheit or 0 degrees Celcius

Most food contains water, so what's the question?

Water freezes at 32 degrees Farenheit or 0 degrees Celcius

Most food contains water, so what's the question?

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Hi jujaramirez,

Have a nice day.

Here is the formula to compute farenheit to celsius and celsius to fahrenheit:

C is Celsius

F is Farenheit**C = 5/9 (***F*-32

**F = 9/5 (***C*+32

Let's try converting 68 degrees Farenheit to celsius 5/9(68-32)

Step 1: 68 less 32 is 36

Step 2: 5 divided by 9 is 0.5555555555555

Step 3: multiply the repeating decimal by 36

Step 4: your solution is 20

Now, convert 20 degrees Celsius to Farenheit to check your work.

9/5C +32

Step 1: 9 divided by 5 is 1.8

Step 2: 1.8 multiplied by 20 is 36

Step 3: 36 plus 32 = 68

Hope it answers your problem.

Thank you for using fixya.

Adieh

Have a nice day.

Here is the formula to compute farenheit to celsius and celsius to fahrenheit:

C is Celsius

F is Farenheit

Let's try converting 68 degrees Farenheit to celsius 5/9(68-32)

Step 1: 68 less 32 is 36

Step 2: 5 divided by 9 is 0.5555555555555

Step 3: multiply the repeating decimal by 36

Step 4: your solution is 20

Now, convert 20 degrees Celsius to Farenheit to check your work.

9/5C +32

Step 1: 9 divided by 5 is 1.8

Step 2: 1.8 multiplied by 20 is 36

Step 3: 36 plus 32 = 68

Hope it answers your problem.

Thank you for using fixya.

Adieh

Sep 13, 2011 | Health & Beauty

C is Celsius

F is Farenheit**C = 5/9 (***F*-32

**F = 9/5 (***C*+32

Let's try converting 68 degrees Farenheit to celsius 5/9(68-32)

Step 1: 68 less 32 is 36

Step 2: 5 divided by 9 is 0.5555555555555

Step 3: multiply the repeating decimal by 36

Step 4: your solution is 20

Now, convert 20 degrees Celsius to Farenheit to check your work.

9/5C +32

Step 1: 9 divided by 5 is 1.8

Step 2: 1.8 multiplied by 20 is 36

Step 3: 36 plus 32 = 68

F is Farenheit

Let's try converting 68 degrees Farenheit to celsius 5/9(68-32)

Step 1: 68 less 32 is 36

Step 2: 5 divided by 9 is 0.5555555555555

Step 3: multiply the repeating decimal by 36

Step 4: your solution is 20

Now, convert 20 degrees Celsius to Farenheit to check your work.

9/5C +32

Step 1: 9 divided by 5 is 1.8

Step 2: 1.8 multiplied by 20 is 36

Step 3: 36 plus 32 = 68

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Multiply by 1.8 then add 32.

36.07 degrees C is 96.926 degrees F.

36.07 degrees C is 96.926 degrees F.

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are you sure it's only reaching 220 degrees Farenheit? Many stoves can be set to display either in Farenheit or Celsius. You didn't post a model # but if you look in your use and care guide you can change it back to Farenheit scale Hope this helps

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