# Online Feet to Inches conversion

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# Feet to Inches conversion

#### Feet to Inches

The foot is a unit of linear length measure equal to 12 inches or 1/3 of a yard. Because the international yard is legally defined to be equal to exactly 0.9144 meters, one foot is equal to 0.3048 meters. The foot is a US customary and imperial unit of length. Feet can be abbreviated as ft; for example, 1 foot can be written as 1 ft.

Feet can also be denoted using the ′ symbol, otherwise known as a prime, though a single-quote (') is often used instead of the prime symbol for convenience. Using the prime symbol, 1 ft can be written as 1′.

The foot is most commonly measured using either a standard 12" ruler or a tape measure, though there are many other measuring devices available. Feet are sometimes referred to as linear feet, which are simply the measurement of length in feet.

An inch (symbol: in) is a unit of length in the imperial and US customary systems of measurement. An inch was defined to be equivalent to exactly 25.4 millimeters in 1959. There are 12 inches in a foot and 36 inches in a yard.The inch is mostly used in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. It is also sometimes used in Japan (as well as other countries) in relation to electronic parts, like the size of display screens.

#### How to convert feet to inches

1 foot is equal to 12 inches:

1ft = 12″

The distance d in inches (″) is equal to the distance d in feet (ft) times 12:

d_{(″)} = d_{(ft)} × 12

#### Example

Convert 2 feet to inches:

d_{(″)} = 2ft × 12 = 24″

#### Feet to inches conversion table

Feet (ft) | Inches (") |
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0.01 ft | 0.12 ″ |

0.1 ft | 1.2 ″ |

0.2 ft | 2.4 ″ |

0.3 ft | 3.6 ″ |

0.4 ft | 4.8 ″ |

0.5 ft | 6.0 ″ |

0.6 ft | 7.2 ″ |

0.7 ft | 8.4 ″ |

0.8 ft | 9.6 ″ |

0.9 ft | 10.8 ″ |

1 ft | 12 ″ |

2 ft | 24 ″ |

3 ft | 36 ″ |

4 ft | 48 ″ |

5 ft | 60 ″ |

6 ft | 72 ″ |

7 ft | 84 ″ |

8 ft | 96 ″ |

9 ft | 108 ″ |

10 ft | 120 ″ |

100 ft | 1200 ″ |