# Math

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Hi,

I don't understand how to convert from feet to metres?

For example: 6'8" into metres? how do I calculate that?

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1 foot = 0.3048 meter

6'8" = 6.6667 feet

6.6667 * 0.3048 = 2.032 meters

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how did you get 6.6 feat?

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feet**

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8/12 = 2/3 foot = 0.6667 foot

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