The 2 several types of models which are used to measure temperature are Celsius and Fahrenheit.

## Reply: 30° Celsius is the same as 86° Fahrenheit.

Let’s look into the conversion between Celsius and Fahrenheit scales intimately.

**Rationalization:**

The system to transform Celsius to Fahrenheit is **°F = °C × (9/5) + 32**

F = [ C × (9/5) + 32 ]

On condition that, C = 30

F = 30 × (9/5) + 32

F = 54 + 32

F = 86

### Thus, 30 °C is equal to 86 °F.

## The best way to convert Celsius to Fahrenheit

0 levels Celsius is the same as 32 levels Fahrenheit:

0 °C = 32 °F

The temperature *T* in levels Fahrenheit (°F) is the same as the temperature *T* in levels Celsius (°C) instances 9/5 plus 32:

*T*_{(°F)} = *T*_{(°C)} × 9/5 + 32

or

*T*_{(°F)} = *T*_{(°C)} × 1.8 + 32

#### Instance

Convert 20 levels Celsius to levels Fahrenheit:

*T*_{(°F)} = 20°C × 9/5 + 32 = 68 °F