Feet - Inches Converter
Convert between feet (ft) and inches (in). This converter is part of the full length and distance converter tool. Simply choose which unit you want to convert from and to, enter a value and click the 'convert' button. A reference chart can be found further down the page.
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Converting inches and feet
Some commonly asked questions are included below, as well as a reference chart. When making manual conversions, you can use the converter at the top of this page to check your answer.
How many feet are there in 1 inch?
There are 0.083333333333333 feet in 1 inch. To convert from inches to feet, multiply your figure by 0.083333333333333 (or divide by 12) .
How many inches are there in 1 foot?
There are 12 inches in 1 foot. To convert from feet to inches, multiply your figure by 12 (or divide by 0.083333333333333) .
In the chart below, figures are rounded to a maximum of 3 decimal places (6 with smaller numbers) to give approximations.
|0.1||0.008 ft||0.1||1.2 in|
|1||0.083 ft||1||12 in|
|2||0.167 ft||2||24 in|
|3||0.25 ft||3||36 in|
|4||0.333 ft||4||48 in|
|5||0.417 ft||5||60 in|
|6||0.5 ft||6||72 in|
|7||0.583 ft||7||84 in|
|8||0.667 ft||8||96 in|
|9||0.75 ft||9||108 in|
|10||0.833 ft||10||120 in|
|20||1.667 ft||20||240 in|
|30||2.5 ft||30||360 in|
|40||3.333 ft||40||480 in|
|50||4.167 ft||50||600 in|
|60||5 ft||60||720 in|
|70||5.833 ft||70||840 in|
|80||6.667 ft||80||960 in|
|90||7.5 ft||90||1080 in|
|100||8.333 ft||100||1200 in|
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