mercoledì 22 gennaio 2014

How to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius with EXCEL

With Excel, you can convert degrees Fahrenheit to degrees Celsius. 

To convert degrees Fahrenheit to degrees Celsius with EXCEL, proceed as follows: 

1) Position the cursor in the box where we want to obtain the conversion of Fahrenheit to Celsius, use the CONVERT function, written as Nb, the number of degrees Fahrenheit to be converted, for example, "212", indicate from_unit "F" (ie g sparse Fahrenheit) A_misura and "C", ie (degrees Celsius). 

2) The function gives us the result in degrees Celsius, where we recall that "F" stands for degrees Fahrenheit and "C" for degrees Celsius. 

Then 212 degrees Fahrenheit corresponds to 100 degrees Celsius, that is, the boiling point of water. 

Clearly if we have to do the inverse conversion function just reverse the "C" with the "F" for the conversion from degrees Celsius to degrees Fahrenheit.