Celsius and Fahrenheit are the scales of temperature. Temperature scales provide a way of measuring how hot or cold a body is. 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. On the Fahrenheit temperature scale, water freezes at 32° Fahrenheit and boils at 212° Fahrenheit. The symbol used for Fahrenheit is °F. 20 celsius can be converted to Fahrenheit using the Celsius to Fahrenheit conversion formula. Celsius to Fahrenheit Formula for a given value can be expressed as,
F = (9/5)C+32
C is the temperature given on a centigrade scale, and
F is the temperature obtained in Fahrenheit after conversion.