Fahrenheit

Written by Jerry Ratzlaff on . Posted in Thermodynamics

Fahrenheit, abbreviated as F, is a unit of temperature used in the United States and a few other countries.  Celsius is most commonly used through the world.   

 

FAHRENHEIT FORMULAs

\(\large{ T_{°F} = 32°  +  \left( \frac{9}{5} \right) T_ {°C} }\)   
\(\large{ T_{°F} = 459.67° - \left( \frac{9}{5} \right) T_ {°K} }\)   
\(\large{ T_{°F} = 459.67° - T_ {°R} }\)   

Where:

 Units English Metric
\(\large{ T }\) = temperature \(\large{ T }\) \(\large{ T }\)
\(\large{ C }\) = celsius - \(\large{ C }\)
\(\large{ F }\) = fahrenheit \(\large{ F }\) -
\(\large{ K }\) = kelvin - \(\large{ K }\)
\(\large{ R }\) = rankine \(\large{ R }\) -

 

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