Celsius, Fahrenheit and the Kelvin are the three crucial measures of measuring the temperatures. These three measures of measuring the temperature are used at their respective places. If we talk about the Fahrenheit and the Celsius then they both are used in the mainstream temperature calculations, such as measuring the climate temperature.

On the other hand, Kelvin measure of temperature is used primarily in the field of science to determine the temperature of the scientific researches, and the equipment hence it has no use in the mainstream temperature measurement.

If we talk about the relationship between these three measures of temperatures, then a simple equation can be used to convert these measures from one to the other.

- Fahrenheit to Celsius Conversion Formula C = 5/9 (°F-32)
- Celsius to Fahrenheit Conversion Formula F= 9/5 (°K-273)+32
- Kelvin to Fahrenheit Conversion Formula F= 9/5 (°K-273)+32
- Fahrenheit to Kelvin Conversion Formula K= 5/9 (°F-32)+273
- Celsius to Kelvin Conversion Formula K= °C+273

This is the simple relationship establishment among the Celsius, Fahrenheit and the Kelvin measures of temperatures measurement. You can calculate the value of one measure in the terms of others by using this relationship formula.