The Celsius temperature (also known as **"degrees Celsius**" or **°C** ) is one of the most commonly used units of measurement for temperature worldwide. The formula for converting to Fahrenheit is **°F = (°C x (9/5)) 32 **and to KelvinK**= °C 273.15**. **One degree Celsius corresponds to 33.8 °F or 274.15 °K**.

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There are many other temperature units besides Celsius that are used in certain applications or regions. In this article, we look at how to convert from Celsius to other common temperature units.

## Celsius to Fahrenheit

The conversion from Celsius (°C) to Fahrenheit (°F) is probably one of the best known. The formula for this is **°F = (°C x (9/5)) 32**

Example: To convert 25°C to Fahrenheit: °F = (25 x (9/5)) 32 = 77 °F

## Celsius to Kelvin

The Kelvin scale is mainly used in the natural sciences and especially in physics. It starts at absolute zero, the lowest theoretically possible temperature value. The formula for converting Celsius to Kelvin (K) is: **K = °C 273.15**

Example: To convert 100°C to Kelvin: K = 100 273.15 = 373.15 K

## Celsius in Rankine

The Rankine scale is an absolute temperature scale used in some technical applications in the USA. It is similar to the Kelvin scale, but uses Fahrenheit intervals. The conversion formula from Celsius to Rankine (°R) is: **°R = (°C 273.15) x (9/5)**

Example: To convert 40°C to Rankine: °R = (40 273.15) x (9/5) = 563.67 °R

## Conclusion

Converting from Celsius to other temperature units is a basic procedure that is useful in many scientific and engineering applications. Using the formulas above, you can easily convert temperatures between different units. However, it is always important to be aware of context and accuracy, especially when precise measurements are required.