How to Convert Celsius (Centigrade) to Fahrenheit
As an American living in the UK, temperatures in degrees Celsius don’t really mean much to me. If you find yourself in this situation, or you simply want to know “how the other half live,” this simple calculation will show you how to find the Fahrenheit equivalent to Celsius numbers.
What you'll need:
A pen and paper
An abacus (if you're really old-school!)
To start, multiply the Celsius temperature by 9. (Example: 14 x 9 = 126)
Next, divide this result by 5. (Example: 126 ÷ 5 = 25.2)
Finally, add 32 to this number to find the answer in degrees Fahrenheit. (Example: 25.2 + 32 = 57.2)