# What is the easiest way to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius?

Published: 7/21/2021 Last updated: 7/21/2021
Do you need to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius? Are you looking for the easiest way to make it? You couldn’t have chosen better. Welcome to the compendium about the conversion of Fahrenheit to Celsius – the article, from which you will learn about 3 different methods to convert °F to °C and know the easiest one of them.

We know that at the first sight the conversion of Fahrenheit to Celsius may look complicated. But you don’t have to be afraid of it. It is possible to make such a conversion without a lot of effort, or even effortless. And we are going to prove it to you in this article.

What exactly can you expect from this article? Of course, as we mentioned, 3 different methods to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius. But not only that. We also prepared practical examples for you, so you will see how all these methods work in practice. And at the end, we will show you our number 1, which means the easiest way to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius.

The plan is clear, so let’s start the main part of the article!

## Convert Fahrenheit to Celsius with the standard formula

Before we show you other (and easier) methods to calculate Fahrenheit to Celsius, you need to know the basics. So that’s why we start with the standard formula for the conversion of Fahrenheit to Celsius.

How does the formula look? Let’s check it down below:

(The temperature in °F - 32 °C) / 1.8 = the temperature in °C

As you can see, inside the formula is the decimal fraction. If you prefer, you can change it to a fraction. Then the formula will look like this:

(The temperature in °F - 32 °C) / (9/5) = the temperature in °C

Or like this, if you rather prefer to multiply by a fraction, not divide by it:

(The temperature in °F - 32 °C) * (5/9) = the temperature in °C We showed these 2 versions with fractions instead of a decimal fraction additionally. We are going to focus only on the first, main version with a decimal fraction in this article to not make the topic of Fahrenheit to Celsius conversion too boring to you.

So let’s back to our formula. As you can see, to make a calculation, you need to subtract 32 from the temperature given in Fahrenheit and then divide the result by 1.8 to get the final value of the temperature in Celsius.

We know that the descriptive instruction may not be sufficient. So now let’s see this formula in practice. We are sure that after reading the example the Fahrenheit to Celsius conversion will be so much clearer for you.

So what are we going to calculate? Let’s convert 100 Fahrenheit to Celsius.

The formula with the entered value of temperature in Fahrenheit will look like this:

(100 °F - 32 °C) / 1.8 = the temperature in °C

And step by step calculation will look as follows:

(100 °F - 32 °C) / 1.8 = 68 / 1.8 = 37.7777778 °C

To make the result clearer, let’s round it off to two decimal places. Then it will be:

37.7777778 °C ≈ 37.78 °C

And to sum up the result – 100 degrees Fahrenheit is equal to 37.78 degrees Celsius.

Was this calculation difficult? We hope not in step by step form. But, of course, we agree that using this formula can take a lot of time and be a little tiring.

So let’s see another, easy way to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius.

## The easier formula for Fahrenheit to Celsius conversion

We can imagine that you are saying something like show me how to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius easier finally now. So without any further ado, we are going to do it and show you an easier formula. So have a look:

(The temperature in °F - 30 °C) / 2 = the temperature in °C

Can you see the difference? Is it easier to calculate now? We are sure the answers are yes.

So this time you will subtract 30 from the temperature in Fahrenheit and then divide the result by 2 to get the final value of temperature in Celsius. Let’s see how it looks in practice.

Calculate 100 Fahrenheit to Celsius, as in the previous example. The formula with entered data looks like this:

(100 °F - 30 °C) / 2 = the temperature in °C

And the calculations look as follows:

(100 °F - 30 °C) / 2 = 70 / 2 = 35 °C

As you can see, the final result is slightly different from the previous one, calculated with the standard formula. This formula, it means an easier one, is simplified. Thanks to this it is so much quicker and easier to calculate Fahrenheit to Celsius, but the result is not so accurate.

So you need to decide if you prefer to get the exact result and make a little bit more complicated calculations or rather get the approximate result quickly and with a little effort.

Are you wondering if there is any even easier way to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius? Yes, there is. And we are going to show this method to you in the next part.

## Easy way to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius with online converter

So what is another easy way to convert F to C? This method is just using an online converter. It sounds effortless, isn’t it? Because it is! Just read this part till the end and see for yourself. A few words about the online converter. It is a tool dedicated to converting Fahrenheit to Celsius. As quickly as possible. And with a guarantee of getting as exact a result as possible. And, of course, everything with the least amount of effort.

The 3 main differences between using the online Fahrenheit to Celsius converter and calculating on your own:

1. You don’t have to remember the formula. It is contained in the converter. And in the standard form, so you will get the accurate result.

2. You don’t have to calculate anything. Everything will make the online F to C converter for you. You only need to enter the data, so you save your time, energy and avoid potential mistakes.

3. You get the result in less than a second. Yes, it is true. Our Fahrenheit to Celsius converter will give you an exact result so quickly. The whole operation, including entering the data, shall not exceed 10 seconds. Can you calculate Fahrenheit to Celsius on your own in such a short time?

Doesn’t this look amazing? We are sure that most of you can admit now that using the online converter is the easiest way to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius.

Just see one more thing – the easy use of the online converter of Fahrenheit to Celsius step by step:

1. Enter the value of the temperature in degrees Fahrenheit.

2. Click the ‘calculate’ button below the box with the number.

3. Enjoy your result – the value of the temperature in degrees Celsius will be shown immediately.

So let’s make the easiest conversion of Fahrenheit to Celsius with the use of the online converter. This time we will also calculate 100 Fahrenheit to Celsius. Follow the steps down below:

1. Enter the value of the temperature given in degrees Fahrenheit, it means 100.

2. Click the ‘calculate’ button to make the online converter work.

3. See the ready and precise result – 100 degrees Fahrenheit is equal to 37.7777778 degrees Celsius.

Are any of the aforementioned methods easier than this? We don’t think so! We are sure that now all of you see clearly that the answer to what is the easiest way to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius is the online converter.

### What is the easiest way to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius – summary

You have seen 3 different methods to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius. So it is time to sum up this topic.

If we were to pick the easiest way to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius of all shown methods, we would pick the online converter. Why? Using this tool does not require knowing the formula, takes a little time, and gives the exact result.

But if we were to pick the easiest way to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius on our own, we would pick the second, simplified formula. Why? The calculations are so much easier with this formula instead of the standard one. Of course, this formula won’t give an exact result but will allow getting an approximate result quickly and easily.

Which of the methods shown in this article to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius is the easiest for you? Is it the online converter or one of the formulas? We are so curious what your choice is!

Regardless of which of the methods you picked, we are sure that now you can make conversion of Fahrenheit to Celsius without any trouble. So let’s make your first conversion and enjoy how easy it can be!

Do you want to know how to convert Celsius to Fahrenheit too? Check our other article about it and see that reverse calculation also can be easy. 