Easily convert Fahrenheit (°F) to Celsius (°C) with our Fahrenheit to Celsius online conversion calculator. Quick and convenient tool for temperature conversions.

## How To Convert Fahrenheit to Celsius (°F to °C)

To convert a temperature from Fahrenheit to Celsius, you can use the following formula:

C = (F – 32) × 5/9

Where:

- C is the temperature in degrees Celsius
- F is the temperature in degrees Fahrenheit

The steps are:

- Subtract 32 from the Fahrenheit temperature.
- Multiply the result from step 1 by 5/9 (or 5 divided by 9).

### Examples

**Example 1: **

Convert 68°F to Celsius

C = (68°F – 32) x 5/9 C = 36 x 5/9 C = 20°C

So 68°F is equal to 20°C

**Example 2: **

Convert 104°F to Celsius

C = (104°F – 32) x 5/9 C = 72 x 5/9 C = 40°C

So 104°F is equal to 40°C

**Example 3: **

Convert 14°F to Celsius

C = (14°F – 32) x 5/9 C = -18 x 5/9 C = -10°C

So 14°F is equal to -10°C

### Fahrenheit to Celsius Conversion Table

Fahrenheit (°F) | Celsius (°C) |
---|---|

-40 | -40 |

-31.1 | -35 |

-22.2 | -30 |

-13.3 | -25 |

-4.4 | -20 |

4.5 | -15 |

13.4 | -10 |

22.3 | -5 |

31.2 | 0 |

40.1 | 5 |

49 | 10 |

57.9 | 15 |

66.8 | 20 |

75.7 | 25 |

84.6 | 30 |

93.5 | 35 |

102.4 | 40 |

111.3 | 45 |

120.2 | 50 |

129.1 | 55 |

138 | 60 |

146.9 | 65 |

155.8 | 70 |

164.7 | 75 |

173.6 | 80 |

182.5 | 85 |

191.4 | 90 |

200.3 | 95 |

209.2 | 100 |

218.1 | 105 |

227 | 110 |

235.9 | 115 |

244.8 | 120 |

253.7 | 125 |

262.6 | 130 |

271.5 | 135 |

280.4 | 140 |

289.3 | 145 |

298.2 | 150 |

307.1 | 155 |

316 | 160 |

324.9 | 165 |

333.8 | 170 |

342.7 | 175 |

351.6 | 180 |

**What are Fahrenheit and Celsius? **

Fahrenheit and Celsius are two different temperature scales used to measure how hot or cold something is.

**Fahrenheit (°F):**

- The Fahrenheit scale was developed by the German physicist Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit in 1724.
- On the Fahrenheit scale, the freezing point of water is defined as 32°F, and the boiling point of water is defined as 212°F.
- It is the temperature scale commonly used in the United States.

**Celsius (°C):**

- The Celsius scale, previously known as the centigrade scale, is the temperature scale defined by the freezing point of water at 0°C and the boiling point of water at 100°C under standard atmospheric pressure.
- It is named after the Swedish astronomer Anders Celsius, who developed the scale in 1742.
- The Celsius scale is the temperature scale used by most countries in the world and is the primary temperature scale used in scientific work.