Before we convert 100 Fahrenheit to Celsius, let’s understand what are these terms.

Fahrenheit and Celsius are two units of measurement of temperature. Often when we have a fever we use a thermometer to measure the temperature of the body!

The rising heat of the body is measured with the help of a clinical thermometer. Both the units of measurement, Fahrenheit and Celsius are effective in measuring the temperature of the body!

Temperature is defined as the degree of heat experienced by a body and although the SI unit of temperature is kelvin (K), the units like Fahrenheit and Celsius are the most widely used ones.

Here we are assigned the task to convert the value in Fahrenheit to Celsius. In the following example, we will learn to change 100 Fahrenheit to Celsius.

## 100 Fahrenheit to Celsius

**100 Fahrenheit = **37.778 Celsius

## Basic Formula to Convert Fahrenheit to Celsius

We need a formula that showcases the relationship between Fahrenheit and Celsius.

The following is the formula that we will be needing to establish a relationship between the two.

#### (F − 32) × 5/9 = C

**Step 1: **First subtract 32 from the given Fahrenheit temperature to be converted.

**Step 2:** Now multiply the difference value obtained in step 1 by 5.

**Step 3:** Finally, divide the product value obtained in step 2 by 9.

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## Calculation to Convert 100 Fahrenheit to Celsius

We are given the value in Fahrenheit which is 100 Fahrenheit which we are about to change to Celsius.

Let us have a look at the following steps below:

**100 Fahrenheit – 32 = 68**

**68 x 5 = 340**

**340/9 =37.778**

Hence we see that the final result is **37.778 Celsius.**

When we convert the temperature from 100 Fahrenheit to Celsius, then the final result is **37.778 Celsius.**

### We carry out the following calculation to show the value in Celsius to Fahrenheit.

Again, if you wish to do the reverse, that is convert the value from Celsius to Fahrenheit then you need to use the following formula given below.

**(C x 9/5) + 32 = F**

Here we are converting 100 Celsius to Fahrenheit.

**100 Celsius x 9 = 900**

**900/5 = 180**

**180 + 32 = 212**

### 100 Celsius to Fahrenheit

**100 Celsius= **212 Fahrenheit

Hence, we see that when we are converting the value from 100 degrees Celsius to degree Fahrenheit the result is 212 degrees Fahrenheit.

These are the methods one can use for the conversion of temperature from Celsius to Fahrenheit and vice versa.

However, for your convenience, we have provided a list below that will enable you to easily convert values from one form to another.

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## Fahrenheit to Celsius Conversion Table

Fahrenheit (°F) | Celsius (°C) |

-50 °F | -45.56 °C |

-40 °F | -40.00 °C |

-30 °F | -34.44 °C |

-20 °F | -28.89 °C |

-10 °F | -23.33 °C |

0 °F | -17.78 °C |

10 °F | -12.22 °C |

20 °F | -6.67 °C |

30 °F | -1.11 °C |

32 °F | 0 °C |

40 °F | 4.44 °C |

50 °F | 10.00 °C |

60 °F | 15.56 °C |

70 °F | 21.11 °C |

80 °F | 26.67 °C |

90 °F | 32.22 °C |

98.6 °F | 37 °C |

100 °F | 37.78 °C |

110 °F | 43.33 °C |

120 °F | 48.89 °C |

130 °F | 54.44 °C |

140 °F | 60.00 °C |

150 °F | 65.56 °C |

160 °F | 71.11 °C |

170 °F | 76.67 °C |

180 °F | 82.22 °C |

190 °F | 87.78 °C |

200 °F | 93.33 °C |

212 °F | 100 °C |

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## Relation between Fahrenheit and Kelvin

As we all know that the SI unit of thermodynamic temperature is Kelvin, here is the relationship between Fahrenheit and Kelvin:

**100 Fahrenheit = 310.928 Kelvin**

## Celsius Definition

Celsius is the standard unit of measurement of temperature and it is used to define the temperature at different values. Water boils at 100 degrees Celsius and ice melts at 0 degrees Celsius.

## Fahrenheit Definition

Fahrenheit is another unit of measurement of temperature. Here the freezing temperature is 32 degrees Fahrenheit and the boiling temperature is 212 degrees Fahrenheit.

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