Definition of Temperature:
Temperature is a measurement between hot and cold states by a thermometer. Various scales or units are used to measure temperature, the most common being Celsius (denoted °C; formerly called centigrade), Fahrenheit (denoted °F), and Kelvin (denoted K; especially in science).
Abbreviations of Temperature Units:
Unit of measurement: Abbreviation(s)
 Celsius: C, or °C, or deg C
 Fahrenheit: F, or °F, or deg F
 Rankine: R, or °R, or deg R
 Kelvin: K, or °K, or deg K
Conversion Equations, f(X), of Temperature Units:
Follow the below links if you would like to know and learn more about how to convert from one temperature unit to another using the substitution principle.

1
C
=
(1.8*X)+32
F
Convert from celsius to fahrenheit 
1
C
=
X+273.15
K
Convert from c to k 
1
C
=
(X+273.15)*(9/5)
R
Convert from c to r 
1
F
=
(5/9)*(X32)
C
Convert from fahrenheit to celsius 
1
F
=
(5/9)*(X+459.67)
K
Convert from f to k 
1
F
=
X+459.67
R
Convert from f to r 
1
K
=
X273.15
C
Convert from k to c 
1
K
=
(1.8*X)459.67
F
Convert from k to f 
1
K
=
(9/5)*X
R
Convert from k to r 
1
R
=
(X491.67)*(5/9)
C
Convert from r to c 
1
R
=
X459.67
F
Convert from r to f 
1
R
=
(5/9)*X
K
Convert from r to k