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A player height is 6.5 ft.What is his height in meters ?( 1m = 3.281ft)

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    I will be happy to critique your work. It is important that you learn how to do unit conversion.

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    (6.5 ft) x(1meter/3.281ft)
    =1.98 meters.
    Is this a correct way ?

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    yes. correct.

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