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# How many feet are there in a meter?

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There are 3.2808 feet in a meter. In the metric system, the meter is the unit of length. However, the foot is the unit of length measurement for the Imperial system.

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The use of a conversion table is necessary to convert from meters to feet. An easier method to find this answer is to try an online calculator. By using these two methods, one can avoid long manual calculations.

Similarly, the conversion factor from feet to meters is 0.3048, or 0.3048 meters equals one foot. For example, to find the number of meters in 2 feet, it is simply a matter of multiplying 2 by 0.3048 to get 0.6096 meters.

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The meter is a linear measurement, and square feet measure area, so square feet cannot be converted to meters. However, square feet can be converted to square meters, and there are 10.764 square feet in 1 square meter. Each linear meter measures 3.28084 feet.

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A meter is approximately 39.37 inches long, the equivalent of 3.28 feet or 1.09 yards. It is also equal to 10 decimeters, 100 centimeters and 1,000 millimeters.

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To convert a length of one meter into common English system measurements such as feet, multiply by 3.28; to convert into inches, multiply by 39.37; and to convert into yards, multiply by 1.09. To convert one meter into common nautical units such as fathoms, multiply by 0.54; to convert to leagues, multiply by 0.000207; and to convert to nautical miles multiply by 0.00054. The International System of Units, or SI, uses the meter as its base unit of length.