C to F Formula
Fahrenheit and celsius are the scales of temperature, and here we will talk about the c to f formula. Temperature scales provide a way of measuring how hot or cold a body is. On the Fahrenheit temperature scale, water freezes at 32° Fahrenheit and boils at 212° Fahrenheit. The symbol used for Fahrenheit is °F. Celsius or centigrade is a scale in which water freezes at 0° Celsius and boils at 100° Celsius. The symbol used for Celsius is °C. The c to f formula is also commonly referred to as the celsius ton Fahrenheit formula.
What is the C to F Formula?
Let's move further, and understand more about the formula and how it can be applied in reallife scenarios. C to F conversion formula for a given value can be expressed as,
F = (9/5)C+32

Example 1: During the milk heating process, the temperature of the milk is raised by 104°C. Express this new temperature of milk in Fahrenheit using C to F formula.
Solution:
To find: Temperature in Fahrenheit.
The temperature of milk raised in °C = 104°C (given)
Using C to F Formula,
F = (9/5)C+32
Put the values,
F = (9/5)(104)+32
F = 187.2 + 32
F = 219.2
Answer: The temperature of milk in Fahrenheit is 219.2°F.

Example 2: A normal body temperature is 37°C Fahrenheit. Convert 37°C to Fahrenheit.
Solution: To find: A normal body temperature in Fahrenheit
The temperature of a normal body in Celcius = 37°C (given)
Convert 37°C temperature of the body into °FUsing C to F Formula,
F = (9/5)C+32
Put the values,
F = (9/5)(37)+32
F = 66.6 + 32
F = 98.6
Answer: The temperature of a normal body in Fahrenheit is 98.6°F.