There are 65 inches in 5 feet 5 inches. A foot consists of 12 inches; 12 inches multiplied by five yields 60 inches, which, when added to 5 inches, gives the answer. As 1 foot is one-third of a yard, 5 feet 5 inches is approximately 1.8 yards.
A measurement of 5 feet 6 inches is equivalent to a total of 66 inches. This is calculated by first converting feet into inches, with 12 inches equaling 1 foot, then multiplying the 12 inches by 5. The resulting 60 inches is then added to the original 6 inches for a total of 66 inches.
A length of 5 feet 7 inches, in inches, comes out to 67 inches. There are 12 inches in a foot, so it is just a matter of multiplying 5 by 12 and then adding the remaining 7 inches.
One foot is equivalent to 12 inches, therefore 5 feet 4 inches is 64 inches. To convert feet to inches, multiply the number of feet by 12 and add any extra inches.
A measurement of 48 inches is equivalent to 4 feet. Converting from inches to feet can be done by dividing the number of inches by 12, as 12 inches is equivalent to 1 foot.
There are 4.83 feet in 58 inches. This is found by dividing 58, the amount of total inches, by 12, which is the amount of inches in a foot.
Eighty inches divided by 12 inches per foot equals 6.67 feet. This is equal to 6 full feet and a remainder of two-thirds of a foot. Twelve inches per foot multiplied by two-thirds of a foot equals 8 inches, so 80 inches is equivalent to 6 feet 8 inches.
The equivalent of 63 inches is 5.25 feet. There are 12 inches in 1 foot, so to convert 63 inches into feet, solve the equation (63 inches)(1 foot/12 inches). The solution is 5.25 feet.
Seven feet is equivalent to 84 inches. There are 12 inches in one foot according to the English system of measurement. There are three feet in a yard. Eighty-four inches can also be stated as two yards and one foot.
One foot is equal to 12 inches; 36 inches is equivalent to 3 feet in length because 36 divided by 12 is three. Converting measurements from feet to inches (and vice versa) is a simple process using multiplication and division.