# Temperature Calculator

Our temperature calculator is a user-friendly tool designed to help you convert between the three most common temperature scales: Celsius, Fahrenheit, and Kelvin. These temperature scales are used for different purposes and in different regions across the world.

**Celsius is the most widely used scale**, especially in scientific contexts, while Fahrenheit is predominantly used in the United States. Kelvin, on the other hand, is mainly employed in scientific research and thermodynamics.

In this guide, we will walk you through the formulas you need to convert between these temperature scales and provide a worked example calculation for better understanding.

**Formulas:**

To convert between Celsius, Fahrenheit, and Kelvin, you can use the following formulas:

1. Celsius to Fahrenheit:

Fahrenheit (°F) \\= (Celsius (°C)*9/5) + 32

2. Celsius to Kelvin:

Kelvin (K) \\= Celsius (°C) + 273.15

3. Fahrenheit to Celsius:

Celsius (°C) \\= (Fahrenheit (°F) - 32)*5/9

4. Fahrenheit to Kelvin:

Kelvin (K) \\= (Fahrenheit (°F)-32)*5/9+273.15

5. Kelvin to Celsius:

Celsius (°C) = Kelvin (K) - 273.15

6. Kelvin to Fahrenheit:

Fahrenheit (°F) \\= (Kelvin (K) - 273.15)*9/5 + 32

These formulas can be easily applied to convert between the different temperature scales, depending on your needs.

**Worked Example Calculation:**

Let’s say you are given a temperature in Celsius and you need to convert it to both Fahrenheit and Kelvin. We will use a temperature of 25°C in this example.

1. Convert 25°C to Fahrenheit:

Using the formula for converting Celsius to Fahrenheit, we have:

Fahrenheit (°F) \\= (Celsius (°C)*9/5) + 32\\ = (25*9/5) + 32\\ = (45) + 32\\ = 77\\

So, 25°C is equal to 77°F.

2. Convert 25°C to Kelvin:

Using the formula for converting Celsius to Kelvin, we have:

Kelvin (K) = Celsius (°C) + 273.15\\ = 25 + 273.15\\ = 298.15

So, 25°C is equal to 298.15K.

Now, let’s try another example where we have a temperature in Fahrenheit and need to convert it to Celsius and Kelvin. We will use a temperature of 68°F in this example.

1. Convert 68°F to Celsius:

Using the formula for converting Fahrenheit to Celsius, we have:

Celsius (°C)\\=(Fahrenheit (°F)-32)*5/9\\ = (68 - 32) × 5/9\\ = (36) × 5/9\\ = 20

So, 68°F is equal to 20°C.

2. Convert 68°F to Kelvin:

Using the formula for converting Fahrenheit to Kelvin, we have:

Kelvin (K) \\= (Fahrenheit (°F) - 32)*5/9 + 273.15\\ = (68 - 32)*5/9 + 273.15\\ = (36)*5/9 + 273.15\\ = 20 + 273.15\\ = 293.15

So, 68°F is equal to 293.15K.

**Conclusion:**

Our temperature calculator makes it easy to convert between Celsius, Fahrenheit, and Kelvin. By using the formulas provided above, you can quickly and accurately convert temperature values depending on your needs. Whether you’re working on a science project, planning a trip to a foreign country, or simply curious about temperature conversions, our calculator is here to help. Give it a try and make your temperature conversions a breeze!