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 Measurement Converter

 Convert From: (required) Click here to Convert To: (optional) Examples: 5 kilometers, 12 feet/sec^2, 1/5 gallon, 9.5 Joules, or 0 dF. Help, Frequently Asked Questions, Use Currencies in Conversions, Measurements & Currencies Recognized Examples: miles, meters/s^2, liters, kilowatt*hours, or dC.
 Conversion Result: ```survey foot = 0.304800609601219 meter (length) ``` Related Measurements: Try converting from "geodetic foot" to astronomical unit, Biblical cubit, bottom measure, digitus (Roman digitus), fathom, football field, furlong (surveyors furlong), Israeli cubit, ken (Japanese ken), light yr (light year), link (surveyors link), m (meter), micron, nail (cloth nail), pace, pica (typography pica), Roman cubit, sazhen (Russian sazhen), survey foot, verst (Russian verst), or any combination of units which equate to "length" and represent depth, fl head, height, length, wavelength, or width. Sample Conversions: geodetic foot = .00138889 cable length, .01515155 chain (surveyors chain), .00333334 city block (informal), 7.93E-10 earth to moon (mean distance earth to moon), .2666672 ell, 1 foot, .00333334 football field, .41152346 gradus (Roman gradus), 3.95 Greek palm, 12 inch, 3.22E-17 light yr (light year), .30480061 m (meter), .00000722 marathon, .4000008 pace, 9.88E-18 parsec, 867.24 point (typography point), 1.03 Roman foot, 1.33 span (cloth span), .00018939 UK mile (British mile), .333334 yard.

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