# Converting Celsius (°C) to Fahrenheit (°F) and the other way around Some recipes use Celsius and some Fahrenheit, but how do these two measurements relate to each other?
Celsius is a scale where 0 °C (32 °F) is the temperature where water freezes and 100 °C (212 °F) is the temperature where water will boil.

The conversions between the two scales can be calculated using this formula:

T°F = 9/5 × T°C + 32

T°C = 5/9 × (T°F − 32)

If that looks too complicated, the most commonly used temperatures can be seen here:

Fahrenheit converted to Celsius
200 Fahrenheit is 93 Celsius
250 Fahrenheit is 121 Celsius
300 Fahrenheit is 149 Celsius
350 Fahrenheit is 177 Celsius
400 Fahrenheit is 204 Celsius
450 Fahrenheit is 232 Celsius
500 Fahrenheit is 260 Celsius

Celsius converted to Fahrenheit
100 Celsius is 212 Fahrenheit
125 Celsius is 257 Fahrenheit
150 Celsius is 302 Fahrenheit
175 Celsius is 347 Fahrenheit
200 Celsius is 392 Fahrenheit
225 Celsius is 437 Fahrenheit
250 Celsius is 482 Fahrenheit
275 Celsius is 527 Fahrenheit 