Centimeters, feet and inches conversion
Use these calculation tools to help you convert between centimeters, feet and inches (cm, ft and in), all of which are units of height, length or distance. If you're calculating your height and want to work out your BMI, give the BMI calculator a try.To use these converters, select your desired tab and enter your figure into the relevant box.
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Why convert between centimeters, feet and inches?
Commonly, people want to find out how many feet and inches there are in a number of centimeters, or the other way around, when analysing height statistics or filling out a health questionnaire that requires information on your height. As a reminder, feet and inches are units of measurement in the imperial system, where-as the centimeter (cm) is a unit of length in the metric system.
How to convert feet to centimeters
1 foot is equal to 30.48 cm. To convert feet to centimeters multiply your figure by 30.48.
How to convert centimeters to feet
1 foot is equal to 30.48 cm. To convert centimeters to feet you need to divide your figure by 30.48.
How to convert inches to centimeters
1 inch is equal to 2.54cm. To convert inches to centimeters multiply your figure by 2.54.
How to convert centimeters to inches
1 inch is equal to 2.54cm. To convert centimeters to inches you need to divide your figure by 2.54. You can use our cm to inches converter here
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