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Temperature Conversion Chart

There are two scales used for taking temperature: Fahrenheit (F) and Centigrade (C). In order for you to know what your child's temperature is, you will need to be able to change from the Centigrade to the Fahrensheit scale. You can use the chart below to find the Fahrenheit temperature for each Centigrade temperature. To read the chart, find the reading from your thermometer on the chart and look at the number directly across from it. For example, a temperature of 37.0C is the same as 98.6F (see*).

 
oC       oF
 
oC       oF
 
oC         oF
 
oC       oF
 
35.0      95.0
35.1      95.2
35.2      95.4
35.3      95.6
35.4      95.8
 
36.7      98.0
36.8      98.2
36.9      98.4
37.0*     98.6
37.1      98.8
 
38.3      101.0
38.4      101.2
38.6      101.4
38.7      101.6
38.8      101.8
 
40.0      104.0
40.1      104.2
40.2      104.4
40.3      104.6
40.4      104.8
 
35.6      96.0
35.7      96.2
35.8      96.4
35.9      96.6
36.0      96.8
 
37.2      99.0
37.3      99.2
37.4      99.4
37.6      99.6
37.7      99.8
 
38.9      102.0
39.0      102.2
39.1      102.4
39.2      102.6
39.3      102.8
 
40.6      105.0
40.7      105.2
40.8      105.4
40.9      105.6
41.0      105.8
 
36.1      97.0
36.2      97.2
36.3      97.4
36.4      97.6
36.6      97.8
 
37.8      100.0
37.9      100.2
38.0      100.4
38.1      100.6
38.2      100.8
 
39.4      103.0
39.6      103.2
39.7      103.4
39.8      103.6
39.9      103.8
 
41.1      106.0
41.2      106.2
41.3      106.4
41.4      106.6
41.6      106.8

 


Disclaimer: This information is not intended to substitute or replace the professional medical advice you receive from your child's physician. The content provided on this page is for informational purposes only, and was not designed to diagnose or treat a health problem or disease. Please consult your child's physician with any questions or concerns you may have regarding a medical condition.

Reviewed: 11/2006