# Gregib

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**Gregib**
t1_je8yzaz wrote

Reply to **Eli5:How does conversion from celsius to Fahrenheit work and is there a "linear correlation"** by **Moewillgo**

The relationship between Celsius and Fahrenheit is linear because any change in Celsius is the same change in Fahrenheit multiplied by a constant (1.8).

That means, any change in temperature by 1 degree Celsius is the equivalent of a 1.8 degree change in Fahrenheit.

delta F = delta C x 1.8

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**Gregib**
t1_ixbhnh6 wrote

Not all problems are solvable and many people find solace on a shoulder to cry onâ€¦ IMHO a shitty LPT

Gregibt1_je9ac0g wroteReply to comment by

JkeiinEli5:How does conversion from celsius to Fahrenheit work and is there a "linear correlation"byMoewillgo>C = 1.8 * F + 32

Actually, it's F = 1.8 * C + 32