# C Program to Convert Celsiaus to Fahrenheit

In this C program, we first provide an introduction to the converter. Then we state the problem, which is to convert a temperature in Celsius to Fahrenheit.

## Problem Statement

Next, we declare two variables: `celsius` and `fahrenheit`. The user is prompted to enter a temperature in Celsius using the `printf` function. The input is then read and stored in the `celsius` variable using the `scanf` function.

## C Program to Find Quotient and Remainder

```#include <stdio.h>

int main() {
// Intro
printf("Celsius to Fahrenheit Converter\n");

// Problem Statement
printf("Problem: Convert a temperature in Celsius to Fahrenheit.\n");

// Program
float celsius, fahrenheit;

// Input
printf("Enter temperature in Celsius: ");
scanf("%f", &celsius);

// Conversion
fahrenheit = (celsius * 9 / 5) + 32;

// Output
printf("%.2f degrees Celsius is equal to %.2f degrees Fahrenheit.\n", celsius, fahrenheit);

return 0;
}```

## How it works

we prompt the user to enter the temperature in Celsius using the `printf` function. The `scanf` function is then used to read and store the input value in the `celsius` variable.

To convert Celsius to Fahrenheit, we use the formula `(celsius * 9 / 5) + 32` and store the result in the `fahrenheit` variable.

To help the user understand the conversion process, we print an explanation of the formula being used.

Finally, we display the original temperature in Celsius and the equivalent temperature in Fahrenheit using the `printf` function, with the format specifier `%.2f` to display the values with two decimal places.

When executed, the program will ask the user for a temperature in Celsius, perform the conversion, and then display the result in Fahrenheit along with an explanation of the conversion process.