1 degree fahrenheit (F) is -17.2236 degrees celsius (C)
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Farenheit to celcius soft Conversion
Conversion of units refers to conversion factors between Farenheit to celcius units of measurement for the same quantity. Some conversions from one system of units to another need to be exact, without increasing or decreasing the precision of the first measurement. This is sometimes called soft conversion. It does not involve changing the physical configuration of the item being measured. Farenheit to celcius conversion has same value in different measurement unit.
Farenheit to celcius hard Conversion
By contrast, a Farenheit to celcius hard conversion or an adaptive conversion may not be exactly equivalent. It changes the measurement to convenient and workable numbers and units in the new system. It sometimes involves a slightly different configuration, or size substitution, of the item.