30 Degrees Fahrenheit

Here we have information about 30 degrees Fahrenheit, which is also known as 30 °F. We will tell you what 30 degrees Fahrenheit is equivalent to when converted into different kinds of temperature units. We will also show you how we converted 30 degrees Fahrenheit into those other units.

 30 Degrees Fahrenheit to Celsius We calculated 30 degrees Fahrenheit to Celsius as follows (30 − 32) × 5⁄9. 30 degrees Fahrenheit = -1.11 degrees Celsius 30 Degrees Fahrenheit to Kelvin We calculated 30 degrees Fahrenheit to Kelvin as follows (30 + 459.67) × 5⁄9. 30 degrees Fahrenheit = 272.04 degrees Kelvin 30 Degrees Fahrenheit to Rankine We calculated 30 degrees Fahrenheit to Rankine as follows 30 + 459.67. 30 degrees Fahrenheit = 489.67 degrees Rankine 30 Degrees Fahrenheit to Delisle We calculated 30 degrees Fahrenheit to Delisle as follows (212 − 30) × 5⁄6. 30 degrees Fahrenheit = 151.67 degrees Delisle 30 Degrees Fahrenheit to Newton We calculated 30 degrees Fahrenheit to Newton as follows (30 − 32) × 11⁄60. 30 degrees Fahrenheit = -0.37 degrees Newton

 Helpful Formulasfrom Research Maniacs: We used the formulas below to convert 30 Fahrenheit into the other temperatures on this page. Fahrenheit to Celsius (°F − 32) × 5⁄9 = °C Fahrenheit to Kelvin (°F + 459.67) × 5⁄9 = °K Fahrenheit to Rankine °F + 459.67 = °R Fahrenheit to Delisle (212 − °F) × 5⁄6 = °De Fahrenheit to Newton (°F − 32) × 11⁄60 = °N

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