## Convert Fahrenheit to Celsius Part II

### Temperature Conversion: Learn

You might remember from Part I that we can convert Fahrenheit to Celsius using this procedure:

Subtract 32 from the Celsius temperature and then multiply by 5/9.

Note: This lesson includes temperatures that use negative numbers. Negative numbers follow a pattern that is opposite of positive numbers. The number -20 is smaller than the number -10. Example of counting with negative and positive numbers: -5, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

Example: Convert -4°F to Celsius

- -4 - 32 = -36
- -36 * 5/9 = -180/9 = -20°C

### Converting Temperature: Practice

#### Convert and round to the nearest degree.

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°F | = | °C |

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