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Conversion calculators

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Here's a collection of calculators for automatic conversion of temperature, measurement, area, weight and volume.

Percent change calculator

Celsius to Fahrenheit converter

Celsius to Kelvin converter

Celsius to Rankine converter

Fahrenheit to Celsius converter

Fahrenheit to Kelvin converter

Fahrenheit to Rankine converter

Kelvin to Celsius converter

Kelvin to Fahrenheit converter

Kelvin to Rankine converter

Rankine to Celsius converter

Rankine to Fahrenheit converter

Rankine to Kelvin converter

This was last updated in November 2010
Posted by: Margaret Rouse

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