1 Celsius to Fahrenheit Conversion
Learn the temperature conversion of 1 C to F (Degrees Celsius to Fahrenheit) now!
Converting degrees from Metric to Imperial is easy with our simple to use conversion calculator or keep reading to learn how to convert these units yourself!
What is 1 C to F? (1 degrees Celsius to Fahrenheit)
1 Degrees Celsius Equals 33.8 Degrees Fahrenheit
or 1 C = 33.8 F
Celsius to Fahrenheit Conversion Calculator
How to Convert 1 Celsius to Fahrenheit
Learn how to easily convert Celsius to Fahrenheit below. The general equation to convert C to F is to multiply C by 1.8 (or 9/5) and then add 32.
C to F calculation:
- Conversion factor:
1 C = (1 C * 1.8) + 32 = 33.8 F
- 1 C to F Conversion Equation
1 C = (1 C * 1.8) +32 = 33.8 F
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Common Celsius to Fahrenheit Conversions
|0 C||32 F||50 C||122 F|
|1 C||33.8 F||60 C||140 F|
|2 C||35.6 F||70 C||158 F|
|3 C||37.4 F||80 C||176 F|
|4 C||39.2 F||90 C||194 F|
|5 C||41 F||100 C||212 F|
|6 C||42.8 F||125 C||257 F|
|7 C||44.6 F||150 C||302 F|
|8 C||46.4 F||175 C||347 F|
|9 C||48.2 F||200 C||392 F|
|10 C||50 F||250 C||482 F|
|15 C||59 F||500 C||932 F|
|20 C||68 F||750 C||1382 F|
|30 C||86 F||1000 C||1832 F|
|40 C||104 F||1500 C||2732 F|
Convert 1 Celsius to Other Temperature Units
Want to convert 1 C to other temperature units? Well here are some more helpful temperature conversions:
|Unit||1 Celsius (C) =|
|Kelvin (K)||274.15 K|
|Rankine (R)||493.47 R|
|Rømer (Rø)||8.025 Rø|
|Newton (N)||0.33 N|
What is Celsius (C)?
Celsius (C) which can also be referred to as centigrade, is the unit for temperature in the Metric System of Measurement. This temperature scale is based on the freezing point of water which is at 0 degrees C and the boiling point of water which is at 100 degrees C.
The abbreviation symbol for Celsius is “C”. For example 1 degrees Celsius can be written as 1 C.
What is Fahrenheit (F)?
Fahrenheit (F) is the unit of temperature for the Imperial System of Measurement. This system is based off the temperature scale from physicist Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit. In the Fahrenheit system the freezing point of water is 32 degrees F and the boiling point of water is at 212 degrees F.
The abbreviation symbol for Fahrenheit is “F”. For example 1 degrees Fahrenheit can be written as 1 F.