How do you convert 20°C to the Fahrenheit scale? Chemistry Measurement Temperature Scales 1 Answer Joe K. · Stefan V. Mar 14, 2017 Answer: #68^@"F"# Explanation: To convert from #""^"C"# to #""^@"F"#, use the formula #t[""^@"F"] = 9/5 * t[""^@"C"] + 32# So, in this case, multiply #20# by #9/5#, which results in #36#, and then add #32# to get #68^@"F"#. Related questions What are the three commonly used temperature scales and how are they different? How do the Fahrenheit and Celsius temperature scales compare? What temperature scale do scientists use? What is an example of temperature scales practice problem? What is the Celsius temperature scale? How are temperature on Celsius and Kelvin scales related? What is the Kelvin temperature scale? How can I convert between temperature scales? What temperature scale does Australia use? What temperature scale does China use? See all questions in Temperature Scales Impact of this question 334 views around the world You can reuse this answer Creative Commons License