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Convert temperature Scales

This page will show you how to convert between different temperature scales (Celsius, Fahrenheit, and Kelvin).

Trick questions: U.S. residents: Does 23° C feel hot or cold? Non-U.S.: Does 55° F feel hot or cold?

I want to convert

to .

Examples:
  • Average room temperature: 80° F, 27° C, 300 K
  • Water boils at: 212° F, 100° C, 313 K
  • Water freezes at: 32° F, 0° C, 273 K
  • Temperature at the surface of the sun: 6000 K
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