The height of a single story in a building varies depending on the type of structure, either residential or commercial. The average height of one story in a residential structure is 10 feet, but one story of a commercial building averages 12 feet.
According to Baby Zone, a parent can get an accurate estimate of how tall a baby boy is going to be by adding 5 inches to the mother's height, adding that number to the height of the father and then dividing by two.
Meters are unable to be converted into square meters. Meters only refer to the length of a given object, while square meters are used to measure the area of an object.
The average male height across the world is 5 feet 8.5 inches tall, as of 2014. The average male height in the United States is 5 feet 9.3 inches tall.
According to Dr. Robert H. Shmerling for InteliHealth, there are many factors involved in determining the height a child will ultimately reach. Some of the major determinants of a person's height are gender, general health, bone growth and genetics.
The average height for a woman in the United States is 5 feet 3.75 inches. Female heights vary by location, with Bolivia averaging the shortest women in the world at 4 feet 8 inches, and the Netherlands averaging the tallest women in the world at 5 feet 7 inches.
Big Bird is 8 feet tall - 8’2” to be exact. His first appearance on Sesame Street was on November 10, 1969, and Caroll Spinney has puppeteered Big Bird for over 40 years since his debut.
Linear meters cannot be converted to square meters. A linear meter is used to measure only one side of an object: its length, width or height. A measurement in square meters calculates the flat area a shape covers.
A person that is 65 inches tall is approximately 5 feet 5 inches tall. There are 12 inches in 1 foot, so there are 60 inches in 5 feet.
Since 12 inches make a foot, anyone or anything that stands 48 inches is exactly 4 feet tall. A yard is exactly 3 feet, so 48 inches or 4 feet is approximately 1.33 yards. One mile measures 5,280 feet, which means that there is exactly 1,320 four-foot lengths in a mile.