Temperature is a measure of coldness or hotness that measures in various temperature scales. It can be measured with a thermometer that displays several scales, including Celsius, Fahrenheit, and Kelvin. Temperature is present in all matter, as it is the illustration of thermal energy, so heat occurs. When there is no more thermal energy remaining, it comes to the lowest possible temperature, i.e., absolute zero.

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**1. Celsius**

Celsius(centigrade) is a temperature unit on the Celsius scale. Initially, the Celsius scale was defined as the freezing point of water or ice melting. Celsius follows a relative scale, not an absolute scale because it is based on an interval system. For example, 100℃ is defined as the boiling point of water, and it is considered equivalent to 374.15K.

**Celsius Temperature Conversion Formulas**

Celsius to Fahrenheit (c to f) = (Celsius Value) X 1.8 +32

Celsius to Kelvin (c to k) = (Celsius Value) + 273.15.

Celsius to Rankine (c to r) = (Celsius Value) X 1.8 + 491.67

**2. Fahrenheit**

Fahrenheit is a temperature unit. In Fahrenheit, the water’s freezing point is 32 degrees, and its boiling point is 212 degrees. It is a thermodynamic temperature scale; the difference between the boiling and freezing points is 180 degrees. In terms of Fahrenheit, absolute zero is defined as -459.67℉. On the temperature scale, 1 degree Fahrenheit is equivalent to 0.556 degrees Celsius.

**Fahrenheit Temperature Conversion Formulas**

Fahrenheit to Celsius (f to c) = (Fahrenheit Value - 32) X 5/9

Fahrenheit to Kelvin (f to k) = (Fahrenheit Value - 32) X 5/9 + 273.15

Fahrenheit to Rankine (f to r) = Fahrenheit Value + 459.67

**3. Kelvin**

In the Internet System of Units, Kelvin is the base unit of temperature. The symbol used to represent Kelvin is K, and this unit is named after the engineer of Glasgow University. Kelvin is not written or interpreted as degrees like Celsius and Fahrenheit. However, Kelvin has the same magnitude as Celsius; thus, they are often used in conjunction.

**Kelvin Temperature Conversion Formulas**

Kelvin to Celsius (k to c) = Kelvin Value - 273.15

Kelvin to Fahrenheit (k to f) = (Kelvin Value – 273.15) X 9/5 + 32

Kelvin to Rankine (k to r) = (Kelvin Value) = (Rankine Value)

**4. Rankine**

Rankine is also a unit of temperature that is based on the absolute scale of thermodynamic temperature, just like Kelvin. Zero on the Rankine scale is absolute zero. °R is the symbol used to represent Rankine values.

**Rankine Temperature Conversion Formulas**

Rankine to Celsius (r to c) = (Rankine Value - 491.67) X 5/9

Rankine to Fahrenheit (r to f) = Rankine Value - 459.67

Rankine to Kelvin (r to k) = Rankine Value X 5/9

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