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).

**Example: **

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

### Fahrenheit to Celsius Chart

70 °F to °C = 21.11 °C |

80 °F to °C = 26.67 °C |

75 °F to °C = 23.89 °C |

72 °F to °C = 22.22 °C |

100 °F to °C = 37.78 °C |

60 °F to °C = 15.56 °C |

68 °F to °C = 20.00 °C |

90 °F to °C = 32.22 °C |

50 °F to °C = 10.00 °C |

65 °F to °C = 18.33 °C |

74 °F to °C = 23.33 °C |

76 °F to °C = 24.44 °C |

73 °F to °C = 22.78 °C |

71 °F to °C = 21.67 °C |

78 °F to °C = 25.56 °C |

10 °F to °C = -12.22 °C |

20 °F to °C = -6.67 °C |

30 °F to °C = -1.11 °C |

40 °F to °C = 4.44 °C |

55 °F to °C = 12.78 °C |

45 °F to °C = 7.22 °C |

85 °F to °C = 29.44 °C |

95 °F to °C = 35.00 °C |

105 °F to °C = 40.56 °C |

110 °F to °C = 43.33 °C |

115 °F to °C = 46.11 °C |

120 °F to °C = 48.89 °C |

125 °F to °C = 51.67 °C |

130 °F to °C = 54.44 °C |

135 °F to °C = 57.22 °C |

140 °F to °C = 60.00 °C |

145 °F to °C = 62.78 °C |

150 °F to °C = 65.56 °C |

155 °F to °C = 68.33 °C |

160 °F to °C = 71.11 °C |

165 °F to °C = 73.89 °C |

170 °F to °C = 76.67 °C |

175 °F to °C = 79.44 °C |

180 °F to °C = 82.22 °C |

185 °F to °C = 85.00 °C |

190 °F to °C = 87.78 °C |

195 °F to °C = 90.56 °C |

200 °F to °C = 93.33 °C |

205 °F to °C = 96.11 °C |

210 °F to °C = 98.89 °C |

215 °F to °C = 101.67 °C |

220 °F to °C = 104.44 °C |

225 °F to °C = 107.22 °C |

230 °F to °C = 110.00 °C |

235 °F to °C = 112.78 °C |

**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.