Temperature conversion is the process of changing a temperature value from one scale to another. The two most commonly used temperature scales are Celsius (°C) and Fahrenheit (°F). Understanding how to convert between these scales is crucial in various fields, including science, engineering, and everyday life.

The formulas for converting between Celsius and Fahrenheit are:

Celsius to Fahrenheit: \[ °F = (°C \times \frac{9}{5}) + 32 \]

Fahrenheit to Celsius: \[ °C = (°F - 32) \times \frac{5}{9} \]

Where:

- \( °C \) is the temperature in Celsius
- \( °F \) is the temperature in Fahrenheit

Let's convert 25°C to Fahrenheit:

- Start with the Celsius to Fahrenheit formula: \[ °F = (°C \times \frac{9}{5}) + 32 \]
- Substitute 25 for °C: \[ °F = (25 \times \frac{9}{5}) + 32 \]
- Multiply 25 by \(\frac{9}{5}\): \[ °F = 45 + 32 \]
- Add 32: \[ °F = 77 \]

Therefore, 25°C is equal to 77°F.

Let's visualize the relationship between Celsius and Fahrenheit scales:

This diagram illustrates:

- The Celsius scale (blue, left) and Fahrenheit scale (red, right)
- Key reference points: 0°C = 32°F, 100°C = 212°F
- The midpoint of 50°C = 122°F
- The linear relationship between the two scales

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