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Length Conversion Calculator
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In general, length is the dimension of an object. There are many units to represent the length of an object. Length conversion calculator helps to convert from one unit to the other according to our needs. Meter is the SI unit of the length. It is denoted as m. Some of the conversion of length between two units are given below:

Default length value as 25 is given in the calculator below. On clicking "Convert", the calculator will convert 25 centimeter to meter in this case.
 

Steps for Length Conversion Calculator

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Step 1 :  

If we want to convert from centimeter to meter, we need to follow the given relation.

           100cm=1m
           1cm=$\frac{1}{100}$m

   



Step 2 :  

Feet to inches conversion is given below.

           1ft=12in=30.48cm


           1in=$\frac{1}{12}$ft


           1cm=$\frac{1}{30.48}$ft




   



Step 3 :  

The below relation is used to convert length from inches to millimeter.

           1in=25.4mm=2.54cm

           1cm=$\frac{1}{2.54}$in



Problems on Length Conversion Calculator

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  1. The length a rod is given by 15m. Convert this measurement in to cm, in and ft?


    Step 1 :  

    We know that,


    100cm=1m


    There fore 15m=15×100cm=1500cm



    Step 2 :  

    1cm=$\frac{1}{30.48}$ft


    So, 15m=1500cm=1500×$\frac{1}{30.48}$ft=49.2125ft



    Step 3 :  

    1cm=$\frac{1}{2.54}$in


    So, 15m=1500cm=1500×$\frac{1}{2.54}$in=590.5511in



    Answer  :  

    15m=1500cm

     

    15m=49.2125ft

     

    15m=590.5511in



  2. Convert 20cm in to m, ft and in?


    Step 1 :  

    We know that,


    1cm=$\frac{1}{100}$m


    So, 20cm=20×$\frac{1}{100}$m=0.2m



    Step 2 :  

    1cm=$\frac{1}{30.48}$ft


    20cm=20×$\frac{1}{30.48}$ft=0.6561ft



    Step 3 :  

    1cm=$\frac{1}{2.54}$in


    20cm=20×$\frac{1}{2.54}$in=7.8740in



    Answer  :  

    20cm=0.2m

     

    20cm=0.6561ft

     

    20cm=7.8740in



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