The result of your conversion between Reaumur and Rankine appears here
To convert between Reaumur and Rankine you have to do the following:
First divide 3 / 2 = 1.5
Then multiply the amount of Reaumur you want to convert to Rankine, use the chart below to guide you.
Description: Temperature scale that takes 0 (0 ° R) as the freezing point of water and 80°R as the boiling point of the same under normal pressure. This range is divided into 80 equal parts (degrees Reaumur).
Description: Called Rankine (symbol R) to the scale of what is defined by measuring temperature in degrees Fahrenheit above absolute zero, so that no negative values. This scale was proposed by the Scottish physicist and engineer William Rankine in 1859.
The degree Rankine has its point of absolute zero -459.67 ° F, and the degree intervals are identical to degree Fahrenheit range.