Temperature conversion: Fahrenheit scale convertor

The Fahrenheit scale was created in 18th century. Originally German physicist living in Poland and later in Netherlands Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit constructed his mercury thermometer in 1714 (unusual in that time because spirit was used typically much more) and he was trying to find a suitable scale. He determined temperature 0 °F for the temperature of mixture of ice, water and salammoniac and 96 °F for the temperature of human body. The scale was adjusted later as scientists get new pieces of knowledge. The smallest part of scale is called degree Fahrenheit (incorrectly Farenheit).

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Easy and Quick Conversion of Temperatures between Scales
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