You can easily convert 100 Celsius to Fahrenheit wherever you are if you understand the relationship between the two units. At sea level, water has a range of 100 degrees in the Celsius scale from freezing point to boiling point, with 0℃ being the freezing point and 100℃ being the boiling point; however, this range is not the same in the Fahrenheit scale. To convert Celsius to Fahrenheit, you should multiply the figure by1.80 and then add 32 i.e. (1.8 * ℃ + 32). With this understanding in mind, you can now solve your problem.

## What is 100 Celsius (℃) in Fahrenheit (℉)

|= 100℃ to ℉=

100 * 1.8 + 32

**212**

### Conversion chart for Celsius (℃) to Fahrenheit (℉)

Centimeters (cm), inches (") |
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1; 0.393701 |

2; 0.787402 |

3; 1.181103 |

4; 1.574804 |

5; 1.968505 |

6; 2.362206 |

7; 2.755907 |

8; 3.149608 |

9; 3.543309 |

10; 3.93701 |

Conversion from Celsius to Fahrenheit is import as it is applied every day in order to match specific scales either for computation or recording purposes. Thus, it is important to understand how to convert from Celsius to Fahrenheit and vice versa. You can bookmark this page for future reference.

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