What a lovely sunny day we are having right now. I just heard over the radio while taking my lunch that the temperature outside is currently 27 degree Celsius. I am thinking its equivalent in Fahrenheit. If you want to do the math yourself, try this formula;
Yes, it might sound antiquated, but if you’re feeling up to it, convert degrees Celsius to Fahrenheit (or vice versa) in your head or on paper using the following formulas: Fahrenheit to Celsius = (5/9)*(deg F-32); Celsius to Fahrenheit = (1.8*deg C)+32.
In short if you convert the temperature we are having right now, it is 80.6 degree Fahrenheit. Am I right folks?