 # Fahrenheit To Rankine Formula– Convert °F to °R

 Interests Temperature Conversion Fahrenheit To Rankine

°F
to
°R

## Fahrenheit To Rankine Formula

Use this formula to convert a temperature in Fahrenheit (K) to Rankine (°F).

Rankine (°R) = Fahrenheit + 459.67

If required, there are worked examples below which use this formula to show how to convert a temperature in Fahrenheit to a temperature in Rankine.

As with any math calculation and conversion, it's good practice to double check your results. If you are using this formula for your own conversions, you can check your result with the Fahrenheit to Rankine calculator.

Temperature scales are usually named after the person who created them. The temperature scales used in this formula were created by Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit (1686 – 1736), and William John Macquorn Rankine (1820-1872).

Given the Rankine scale was invented many years after the Fahrenheit scale, it's probable William Rankine also created this formula for converting Fahrenheit to Kelvin.

## How To Convert Fahrenheit To Rankine

Using the Fahrenheit to Rankine formula: Rankine (°R) = Fahrenheit + 459.67, these examples show how to convert a temperature in Fahrenheit to Rankine.

### How To Convert 65 Fahrenheit (°F) to Rankine (°R)

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### How To Convert 125 Fahrenheit (°F) to Rankine (°R)

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Albert Einstein & his impostor are shown for illustrative purposes.
William John Macquorn Rankine (1820-1872), is the proponent of the Rankine temperature scale.

## Formula Or Equation?

Is a formula, an equation, or both used to convert Fahrenheit to Rankine?

I regard the formulae* , on the Calculate and Convert section of this website, as being formulae and equations - each formula is in the form of an equation.

* 'formulae', (and formulas), are the plural of formula