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Selected answers to common questions:
Celsius to Fahrenheit.
 Adding and Subtracting Negative Integers as Temperatures [01/08/2004]

If it's 20 degrees outside and it decreases 3 degrees what
temperature is it? I know the answer is 23 degrees but it seems like
it should be 17 degrees.
 Celsius and Fahrenheit Conversions [09/15/1997]

For what value of C do both scales represent the same temperature?
 Celsius to Fahrenheit [04/26/1999]

How do you convert Celsius to Fahrenheit?
 Changing Celsius to Fahrenheit [9/9/1996]

How do you change Celsius to Fahrenheit?
 Converting between Celsius and Fahrenheit [06/23/2009]

How can I use algebra to derive the unusual temperature conversion
formulas °F = 9/5(°C + 40)  40 and °C = 5/9(°F + 40)  40 ?
 Converting Celsius to Fahrenheit [2/28/1996]

What is the Fahrenheit equivalent for 15 million degrees centigrade?
(That's the temperature at the center of the sun.) What is the Fahrenheit
equivalent of 150 degrees Celsius, and how does this differ from
centigrade? To convert 500 degrees centigrade to Fahrenheit, what figures
do I use?
 Converting Celsius to Fahrenheit and Why It Works [04/03/2004]

What are the Fahrenheit and Celsius patterns that will help me predict
Fahrenheit temperature based on the Celsius temperature?
 Converting Fahrenheit to Celsius [9/29/1995]

Is there a temperature that is the same on both the Celsius and
Fahrenheit scales?
 Degrees Kelvin [04/16/2002]

Why is it considered to be wrong to write, for example, 0 degrees
Kelvin?
 Derive the Function of Celsius to Fahrenheit [09/22/1997]

How do you get the equation of Celsius to Fahrenheit and vice versa? How
would you graph that function?
 Deriving the CelsiustoFahrenheit Conversion Formula [12/03/2001]

What is 27 degrees Celsius above freezing in Farenheit?
 Dimensional Analysis and Temperature Conversion [04/13/2002]

I understand that you can use cross multiplication to find how many
centimeters equal a certain number of inches, but I get confused when
I try to apply the same logic when converting from Celsius to
Farenheit.
 Doubling Zero? [02/13/2007]

I have a student who asked, 'What is twice as cold as zero?'
 Equivalent Temperatures, Different Scales [05/28/2003]

The inhabitants of Xenor use two scales for measuring temperature. On
the A scale water freezes at O degrees and boils at 80 degrees; on
the B scale water freezes at 20 degrees and boils at 120 degrees.
What is the equivalent on the A scale of a temperature of 29 degrees
on the B scale?
 Kelvin Scale [08/20/2002]

I need to know about the kelvin scale, and how to convert from kelvin
to Celsius.
 Origins of Celsius and Fahrenheit [03/31/2002]

Who invented Celsius and Fahrenheit?
 The Origins of Fahrenheit [09/16/1998]

Why did Fahrenheit decide to make 32 degrees his freezing point and 212
degrees his boiling point?
 Origins of the Fahrenheit Scale [11/20/1998]

Why did Fahrenheit choose 32 as the freezing point of water? Where did he
get his scale?
 Spaces and the Number Line [02/26/2003]

If you say, 'How many degrees are there between 2 and 4?' would you
count the 0 degrees and answer 7 degrees or would you not count the
nought and answer 6 degrees?
 Temperature Difference [05/20/1999]

Can 44 degrees Centigrade equal 80 degrees Fahrenheit when you are
talking temperature difference?
 Twice as Cold as Zero [04/28/1999]

What is the temperature if it's twice as cold (or warm) as zero degrees?
 Where did Fahrenheit and Celsius Come From? [07/26/1997]

How did scientists figure out the relation between two numbers that mean
the same thing, e.g. 0 deg C and 32 deg F?
 Zero Point of Thermometer [04/06/2002]

What is the zero point of a thermometer? Is it 0 degrees of any
temperature scale, or 0 Kelvin, or 273.15 Kelvin?
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