The two most commonly used measurements of temperature are Celsius and Fahrenheit. Celsius is used throughout most of the world, so it can be confusing when you're travelling or living in a part of the world that uses Fahrenheit if you are used to Celsius. Fortunately, Celsius can be converted to Fahrenheit with a short mathematical equation. Best of all, the equation is so simple that it may not even require a calculator.
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Determine your body's normal average temperature based on your doctor's records. If you do not have recent records, you can use 36.7 degrees Celsius because this temperature is considered to be average among humans.
Multiply the body temperature by 1.8. For the average body temperature, take 36.78 and multiply it by 1.8 to get 66.2.
Add 32 to the new number to finish the equation. For this example, 32 gets added to 66.2, equalling 36.8 degrees Celsius.
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