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# How Long Is 10 Meters?

**One meter equals exactly 3.2808399 feet, therefore 10 meters is precisely 32.808399 feet.** However, many conversion calculators round to a whole number, meaning one meter is equivalent to 3 feet, therefore 10 meters is 33 feet in length, when rounded to the nearest whole number.

Three are 3 feet in a yard, which means 10 meters is also equivalent to approximately 11 yards, when rounded to the nearest whole number. The metric system is used throughout most of the world, as the standard of measurement. Scientists also use metric measurements. The United States is the only industrialized nation in the world that does not used the metric system.

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