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### Formula - Celsius to Fahrenheit

### How to convert 70 c to f - calculation

### Temperature - 70 c to f

### Formula chart - Celsius - Fahrenheit - Kelvin conversion

### Quick conversion table - 70 c to f for body temperatue / fever

### Other interesting info related to 70 c to f

### To wrap up - 70 c to f

Celsius to Fahrenheit conversion Formula

C = 5/9 (F32)

Or

c to f conversion (Celsius to Fahrenheit)

Fahrenheit to Celsius conversion - Formula

F = 9/5C + 32

F = 9/5C+32

F = 9/5x70+32

F = 9x14+32

F = 126+32

F = 158

Temperature measures how hot or cold a body is. People can sense something hot or cold from their skin. But that is subjective. An objective measurement is the average kinetic energy of particles in an object. If there is a higher kinetic energy, then the object "feels" hotter. If the average kinetic energy is low, then the object "feels" cooler.

There are 3 ways, 3 convention to measure temperature:

- Fahrenheit, denoted by the symbol
- Celsius, denoted by the symbol C
- Kelvin, denoted by the symbol K

Therometers are calibrated for each scale. They are used differently on various scenarios. For example, the Kelvin scaled is used for scientific measurement such as super cold temperature for quantum computing (i.e. absolute zero when K = 0). Or super conductor (near absolute zero K = 0).

Fahrenheit is often used for measuring body temperature. For example, a person with fever will have a temperature of 100 F or higher.

Normal

Oral/Forehead

Underarm

Rectal/Ear

Normal

95.5°F

**to**

99.9°F

95°F

**to**

98.9°F

96°F

**to**

100.3°F

Mild Fever

100°F

**to**

100.9°F

99°F

**to**

99.9°F

100.4°F

**to**

101.9°F

Moderate

Fever

Fever

101°F

**to**

102.9°F

100°F

**to**

101.9°F

102°F

**to**

103.9°F

High Fever

**Over** 103°F

**Over** 102°F

**Over** 104°F

Fahrenheit is often used for measuring body temperature. For example, a person with fever will have a temperature of 100 F or higher.

- Fahrenheit and Celsius?

There are many elements that change their volume or properties when temperature changes. For example, mercury will expand when temperature increases. This is why liquid mercury is used in therometers. When the volume of mercury increases, the liquid will expand and reach higher level, which is denoted on the marked temperature scale.

This is the older method of glass therometer to measure fahrenheit and celsius temperature

The newer generation of thermometer uses electronics detector and it is certainly more precise in measuring temperature.

- Thermocouples
- Thermistors
- Resistance temperature detector (RTD)
- Pyrometer
- Langmuir probes (for electron temperature of a plasma)
- Infrared thermometer
- Other thermometers

Here is the formula chart for Fahrenheit - Celsius - Kelvin conversion. You can use this to calculate 70 c to f conversion

Conversion of Temperature From

Celsius to Kelvin

Kelvin to Celcius

Fahrenheit to Celsius

Celsius to Fahrenheit

Fahrenheit to Kelvin

Kelvin to Fahrenheit

Formulas

K=C + 273.15

C=K - 273.15

C= (F – 32) 5

9

F = C 9

5 + 32

K= (F - 32)9

5 + 273.15

F =(K - 273.15)9

5 + 32

Conversion from one scale to another

Fahrenheit to Celsius

Celsius to Fahrenheit

Fahrenheit to Kelvin

Kelvin to Fahrenheit

Celsius to Kelvin

Kelvin to Celsius

Formulas

C = 5/9 (F-32)

F = 9/5C + 32

K = 5/9 (F-32) + 273.15

F= 9/5 (K-273.15) + 32

K= C + 273.15

C= K -273.15

What is 100 Kelvin to Fahrenheit?

Step 1: Use Kelvin to Fahrenheit formula

F = 9/5 (K-273.15) + 32

Step 2: Plug in value

F = 9/5 (100-273.15) + 32

F = -173.15 + 32

F = -141.15 degrees Fahrenheit

Conversion from one scale to another

99.9 degrees F

99.91

99.95

**FEVER** 100

100.05

100.1

100.15

100.2

100.25

100.3

100.35

100.4

100.45

100.5

Formulas

37.73 degrees C

37.35 degrees C

37.78 degrees C

37.81 degrees C

37.83 degrees C

37.86 degrees C

37.89 degrees C

37.92 degrees C

37.94 degrees C

37.97 degrees C

38 degrees C

38.03 degrees C

38.06 degrees C

https://www.livescience.com/coldest-day-ever-northern hemisphere.html

It is 0 degrees Kelvin, known as absolute zero.

In this termperature, no particle is supposed to move.

It is 134 degrees fahrenheit, located in Death Valley, California. This temperature was recorded in 1913

134 degrees Fahrenheit

56.67 degrees Celsius

329.82 degrees Kelvin

**142 nonillion kelvins.**

This is equalled to (10 32K.).

This temperature is based on our computerized model to simulate the highest temperature and above which, physics will start breaking down.

Please visit this site and you can convert F to C with formulas

100 F is a fever temperature, so it is quite hot

37 degrees celsius is below fever temperature