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A temperature converter allows you to convert the temperature between the Fahrenheit and Celsius scales. Temperature indicates how solid, liquid, or gas is in terms of cold or hot. It is typically measured in centigrade or Celsius (°C) and Fahrenheit (°F).
Temperature is a physical quantity representing the hotness and coldness of matter or body. It determines the kinetic energy (energy of an object due to its motion) of any particle within an object. The higher the temperature, the more particles will move faster, and vice versa.
The temperature at 36 degrees Celsius equals the temperature at 96.8 degrees Fahrenheit.
The temperature at 350 degrees Fahrenheit equals the temperature at 176.667 degrees Celsius.
The SI unit of temperature is "Kelvin". The unit symbol for Kelvin is K.