# Feet to Inches – ft to in

Switch from feet to inches using our calculator below. To manually convert from feet to inches, multiply the number of feet by 12.

## Feet (ft) to Inches(in)

Type a value in the Inches(in) field to convert to Millimeters(mm):

There are 12 inches in one foot. To calculate inches, multiply your feet value by 12.

Inches = feet x 12

Reference the table below for common feet-to-inches conversions:

| Feet (ft) | Inches (in) |

|———–|————-|

| 1 ft | 12 in |

| 1.5 ft | 16.7999 in |

| 2 ft | 24 in |

| 2.2 ft | 26.4 in |

| 3 ft | 36 in |

| 3.75 ft | 45 in |

| 4 ft | 48 in |

| 4.25 ft | 51 in |

| 5 ft | 60 in |

| 5.5 ft | 66 in |

| 6 ft | 72 in |

| 7.5 ft | 90 in |

| 8 ft | 96 in |

| 10 ft | 120 in |

| 10.5 ft | 126 in |

| 12 ft | 144 in |

| 13 ft | 156 in |

| 15 ft | 180 in |

| 16 ft | 192 in |

| 18 ft | 216 in |

| 20 ft | 240 in |

| 25 ft | 300 in |

| 27 ft | 324 in |

| 30 ft | 360 in |

| 35 ft | 420 in |

| 40 ft | 480 in |

| 48 ft | 576 in |

| 50 ft | 600 in |

| 80 ft | 960 in |

| 100 ft | 1200 in |

| 200 ft | 2400 in |

| 300 ft | 3600 in |

**How to Convert Feet to Other Units**

In order to convert feet to other units, use the following formulas.

One foot is equivalent to 0.3048 meters. To convert feet to meters, multiply by 3.281.

Meters = feet x 3.281

There are 30.48 centimeters in one foot. To convert feet to centimeters, multiply by 30.48.

Centimeters = feet x 30.48

There are three feet in one yard. To calculate feet to yards, divide by 3.

There are 5,280 feet in one mile. To convert feet to miles, divide by 5,280.

Miles = feet ÷ 5,280

There are 2,640 feet in half a mile. To convert feet to half a mile, divide the number of feet by 2,640.

Half mile = feet ÷ 2,640

One kilometer contains 3,280.84 feet. To convert feet to kilometers, divide by 3,280.84.

Kilometer = feet ÷ 3,280.84

A foot is a unit of length in the British Imperial and United States Customary Systems. It equals 12 inches. The plural form is feet, abbreviated as ft., with the prime symbol ‘.

The foot is used for measuring length in the United States and the United Kingdom. However, the U.S. is the only country that uses the foot instead of the meter for commercial and engineering standards.

Interesting facts about the foot:

– One foot is equivalent to U.S. shoe size 14 for males and 15.5 for females.

– The U.S. and UK measure height in feet and inches, while most other countries use centimeters.

– Today’s 12-inch foot unit originated from the length of King Henry I’s actual foot.

What is an inch?

An inch is 1/12th of a foot and is commonly used in imperial tape measures and rulers. The symbol for an inch is “. It can be used independently or in combination with a foot. For instance, when measuring height, it may be expressed as 5′ 6”, indicating five feet and six inches.

FAQ

Q: What’s the distinction between an inch and a square inch?

A: An inch quantifies length, while a square inch gauges area. A square inch has four sides, each measuring one inch long.

Q: What’s the distinction between a foot and a square foot?

A: A foot (12 inches) is a length measurement, whereas a square foot gauges area. Square footage is commonly used for measuring the space in a house. A square foot is comprised of four sides, each measuring 12 inches.

What’s the difference between an inch and a cubic inch? A cubic inch measures volume, like the amount of liquid in a cup. A cubic inch has a height, width, and depth of one inch.

A regular inch can only measure two-dimensional objects.

How many inches is 5′ 8″? Five feet and eight inches equal a total of 68 inches.

How many inches are in one foot of snow? If you received one foot of snow, that’s the equivalent of 12 inches of snow.

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