Making a Fahrenheit to Celsius converter is a simple task. The mathematical formula for converting from Fahrenheit to Celsius is C = (F -- 32) * .55, where C is temperature in Celsius scale, F is temperature in Fahrenheit scale and * represents multiplication. You can input these values into an Excel, Windows Live or Google spreadsheet to get corresponding value in the Celsius scale for a temperature given in the Fahrenheit scale.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Open an Excel, Google or Windows Live spreadsheet.
Type "Fahrenheit" in cell A1, which is the first row and the first column.
Type "Celsius" in cell B1, which is the first row and the second column.
Enter the value for the Fahrenheit temperature in cell A2, which is second row and first column, below "Fahrenheit."
Enter the following formula in cell B2, which is second row and second column: "=(A2-32)*.55" without the quotes. Now the cell below "Celsius" will display the temperature in Celsius scale for any Fahrenheit value that is entered in cell below "Fahrenheit" scale.
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