what's 0.9 degrees fahrenheit in celsius?
google's saying its -17.2778 which isn't right because this is referring to an increase of 0.9 degrees fahrenheit /year, and you cant increase by -17.2778/year
- 8 months ago
"Google" gets a lot of things wrong.
- οικοςLv 78 months ago
Some people confuse converting a temperature with converting a change of temperature. One degree C is about equal to 1.8 degrees F. So, the increase you are referring to is about half a degree C per year.
- Anonymous8 months ago
wrong forum. belongs in Physics
- BillLv 68 months ago
no - what the hell do you think is actually happening now
perhaps climate change is a bit beyond you understanding
- What do you think of the answers? You can sign in to give your opinion on the answer.
- CarolOklaLv 78 months ago
(0.9 - 32) x 5/9 =.-17.28°C
Temperature can decrease in the negative , become greater, increase in magnitude but lower temperatures.
If yiu really want to understand B math, including basic artistic. DO NOT USE a calculator Use pencil and part and your brain. If you haven't memorized the multiplication fable , look up the table online.
Don't waste my time playing sarcastic semantic word games. My consulting fee is $2.00 a minute.