# Feet to Inches Conversion (ft to in)

Please enter **feet (ft)** value of length unit to **convert feet to inches**.

## How Many Inches in a Foot?

There are 12 inches in a foot.**1 Foot** is equal to **12 Inches**.

**1 ft** = **12 in**

### Feet Definition

A **foot** (pl. *feet*) is a common length unit used in Imperial system and the current US customary unit system. A foot is equal to 0.3048 meter. This unit of length has been used in Europe since the times of the Roman Empire and ancient Greece. A foot has 12 inches, and 3 foot make a yard. The abbreviation for foot is *ft*.

### Inches Definition

An **inch** is a unit of measurement in the American Standard of measurements. Twelve inches equals one foot. The inch is further divided into smaller units. There are 16 units in one inch. Each unit being one-sixteenth of an inch (1/16th inch). These small 16 units are grouped into larger units called: 1/8th inch which consists of 2/16ths (2/16ths being mathematically reduced to 1/8th). Two of these 1/8th units are 1/4th inch (also commonly called a quarter of an inch). Two of these 1/4th divisions equal ½ inch (again, 2/4ths being mathematically reduced to ½). Next, three ¼ inch units equal ¾ (commonly termed “three quarters of an inch). And finally, 4 1/4th units equal 1 inch.

### About ft to in Converter

This is a very easy to use feet to inches converter.
First of all just type the **feet (ft)** value in the text field of the conversion form to start converting *ft to in*,
then select the decimals value and finally hit convert button if auto calculation didn't work. **Inches** value will be converted automatically as you type.

The decimals value is the number of digits to be calculated or rounded of the result of **feet to inches conversion**.

You can also check the feet to inches conversion chart below, or go back to feet to inches converter to top.

### Feet to Inches Conversion Examples

1 ft = 12 Inches Example for 5 Feet: 5 Feet = 5 (Feet) 5 Feet = 5 x (12 Inches) 5 Feet = 60 Inches Example for 4 Feet: 4 Feet = 4 (Feet) 4 Feet = 4 x (12 Inches) 4 Feet = 48 Inches Example for 6 Feet: 6 Feet = 6 (Feet) 6 Feet = 6 x (12 Inches) 6 Feet = 72 Inches Example for 13 Feet: 13 Feet = 13 (Feet) 13 Feet = 13 x (12 Inches) 13 Feet = 156 Inches

### Feet to Inches Conversion Chart

Feet | Inches |
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1 ft | 12 in |

2 ft | 24 in |

3 ft | 36 in |

4 ft | 48 in |

5 ft | 60 in |

6 ft | 72 in |

7 ft | 84 in |

8 ft | 96 in |

9 ft | 108 in |

10 ft | 120 in |

11 ft | 132 in |

12 ft | 144 in |

13 ft | 156 in |

14 ft | 168 in |

15 ft | 180 in |

16 ft | 192 in |

17 ft | 204 in |

18 ft | 216 in |

19 ft | 228 in |

20 ft | 240 in |

21 ft | 252 in |

22 ft | 264 in |

23 ft | 276 in |

24 ft | 288 in |

25 ft | 300 in |

26 ft | 312 in |

27 ft | 324 in |

28 ft | 336 in |

29 ft | 348 in |

30 ft | 360 in |

31 ft | 372 in |

32 ft | 384 in |

33 ft | 396 in |

34 ft | 408 in |

35 ft | 420 in |

36 ft | 432 in |

37 ft | 444 in |

38 ft | 456 in |

39 ft | 468 in |

40 ft | 480 in |

41 ft | 492 in |

42 ft | 504 in |

43 ft | 516 in |

44 ft | 528 in |

45 ft | 540 in |

46 ft | 552 in |

47 ft | 564 in |

48 ft | 576 in |

49 ft | 588 in |

50 ft | 600 in |

Feet | Inches |
---|---|

50 ft | 600 in |

55 ft | 660 in |

60 ft | 720 in |

65 ft | 780 in |

70 ft | 840 in |

75 ft | 900 in |

80 ft | 960 in |

85 ft | 1020 in |

90 ft | 1080 in |

95 ft | 1140 in |

100 ft | 1200 in |

105 ft | 1260 in |

110 ft | 1320 in |

115 ft | 1380 in |

120 ft | 1440 in |

125 ft | 1500 in |

130 ft | 1560 in |

135 ft | 1620 in |

140 ft | 1680 in |

145 ft | 1740 in |

150 ft | 1800 in |

155 ft | 1860 in |

160 ft | 1920 in |

165 ft | 1980 in |

170 ft | 2040 in |

175 ft | 2100 in |

180 ft | 2160 in |

185 ft | 2220 in |

190 ft | 2280 in |

195 ft | 2340 in |

200 ft | 2400 in |

205 ft | 2460 in |

210 ft | 2520 in |

215 ft | 2580 in |

220 ft | 2640 in |

225 ft | 2700 in |

230 ft | 2760 in |

235 ft | 2820 in |

240 ft | 2880 in |

245 ft | 2940 in |

250 ft | 3000 in |

255 ft | 3060 in |

260 ft | 3120 in |

265 ft | 3180 in |

270 ft | 3240 in |

275 ft | 3300 in |

280 ft | 3360 in |

285 ft | 3420 in |

290 ft | 3480 in |

295 ft | 3540 in |

#### Feet to Inches Common Values

- 5 ft = 60 in
- 4 ft = 48 in
- 6 ft = 72 in
- 3 ft = 36 in
- 2 ft = 24 in
- 8 ft = 96 in
- 1 ft = 12 in
- 10 ft = 120 in
- 7 ft = 84 in
- 36 ft = 432 in
- 5.6 ft = 67.2 in
- 9 ft = 108 in
- 12 ft = 144 in
- 5.5 ft = 66 in
- 5.1 ft = 61.2 in
- 15 ft = 180 in
- 2.5 ft = 30 in
- 5.7 ft = 68.4 in
- 13 ft = 156 in

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Chloe: one and a half feet is equal to eighteen inches. We know this because one foot is twelve inches. So twelve plus (half of twelve, which is six) is eighteen.

Lalang: The best way to work this out is to subtract 2.5 feet (this width of the picture) from 12 feet (the width of the wall) which gives us the result 9.5 feet. This number is all the white space either side of the picture which you can then divide into two. The next step is to divide that whitespace (9.5 feet) in half, giving you 4.75 feet each side of the picture (9.5 / 2 = 4.75).

4.75 can be shown as a fraction as 4 3/4 (four and three-quarters of a foot).

Three quarters of a foot can be worked out in inches by dividing a foot into quarters. There are 12 inches in a foot, and twelve divided by four is three (12 / 4 = 3). That gives the amount of inches in a quarter of a foot, but we want three quarters. So we multiply the quarter we have found by three (3 inches x 3). This gives 9 inches.

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