Use this handy chart to convert temperatures from Fahrenheit to Celsius.

What's the difference between Fahrenheit and Celsius? Check out this chart to make conversions quick and easy.

Temperature Conversions



32 degrees F

0 degrees C

100 degrees F

40 degrees C

125 degrees F

50 degrees C

140 degrees F

60 degrees C

150 degrees F

65 degrees C

160 degrees F

70 degrees C

175 degrees F

80 degrees C

180 degrees F

82 degrees C

200 degrees F

95 degrees C

212 degrees F

100 degrees C

225 degrees F

110 degrees C

240 degrees F

115 degrees C

250 degrees F

120 degrees C

275 degrees F

135 degrees C

300 degrees F

150 degrees C

320 degrees F

160 degrees C

325 degrees F

165 degrees C

350 degrees F

175 degrees C

375 degrees F

190 degrees C

400 degrees F

205 degrees C

425 degrees F

220 degrees C

450 degrees F

230 degrees C

475 degrees F

245 degrees C

500 degrees F

260 degrees C

Note: Here is a general way to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius without having to consult a chart:

Subtract 32, multiply by 5, then divide by 9

If you are able to use a generally close enough match for your conversion purposes, you can also simply take 30 off the Fahrenheit value, and divide that number in half.

Plus, if you ever see a reference to a "moderate" oven and wonder how hot this might be? You can assume it is about 350 degrees F.

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