the following expression is used for changing a tempature of -35 celsius defrees to fahrenheit. 9 5 x (-35) +32 = Apr 9 | Amie from Secaucus, NJ | 4 Answers | 0 Votes Mark favorite Subscribe Comment
To go from Celsius to Fahrenheit add 40, multiply by 9/5, subtract 40. -35+40=5; 5×9/5=9; 9-40=-31 To go from Fahrenheit to Celsius add 40, multiply by 5/9, subtract 40. -31+40=9; 9×5/9=5; 5-40=-35 Apr 12 | Michael F. Comment
°C °F 100 212 Boiling point of water 0 32 Freezing point of water (C-0)/(F-32) = (100-0)/(212-32) = 100/180 = 5/9 C = 5/9 (F-32) 9/5 C = F - 32 F = 9/5 C + 32 F = 9/5 (-35°C) + 32 = 9(-7) + 32 = -63 + 32 = -31°F Apr 9 | Steve S. Comment
Your conversion formula is correct. For a given temperature Tc in degrees Celsius (°C), the equivalent temperature in degrees Fahrenheit (°F), Tf, is: Tf = (9/5)(Tc)+(32) For Tc = -35°C Tf = (9/5)(-35)+32 = -31°F Apr 9 | Philip P. Comment
(9/5) * -35 +32 = -31ºF. This is verified by https://www.google.com/#q=-35+celsius+to+fahrenheit. Apr 9 | Devin S. Comment