# How do you use the formula F = C + 32 to write 145 C as degrees Fahrenheit?

F= 293

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To convert 145 degrees Celsius to degrees Fahrenheit using the formula F = C + 32, you plug in the value of Celsius (145) into the formula and then solve for Fahrenheit. F = 145 + 32 = 177°F. Therefore, 145 degrees Celsius is equal to 177 degrees Fahrenheit.

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