Convert feet to cm 

The calculator allows you to convert feet to cm. Perform the reverse calculation: convert centimeters to feet 
1 cm = 1 / 30.48 feet or approximately 0.0328 feet 
To convert feet to centimeters, multiply by 30.48. Example 1We are going to convert a distance d of 5 feet to centimeters.Distance d = 5 feet 1 ft = 30.48 cm d = 5 ft = 5 x 30.48 = 152.4 cm Multiply 5 by 30.48 : 5 ft x 30.48 = 152.4 cm Therefore, 5 feet is equal to 152.4 centimeters. Example 2We are going to convert a distance d of 6.5 feet to centimeters.Distance d = 6.5 feet 1 ft = 30.48 cm d = 6.5 ft = 6.5 x 30.48 = 198.12 cm Feet (unit of distance)The foot is a unit of length or distance that is commonly used in the United States, United Kingdom, and other countries that use the Imperial system of measurement. One foot is defined as 12 inches, which is equivalent to 0.3048 meters in the metric system. The foot was originally based on the length of a human foot, but over time, it has been standardized and defined more precisely. In the United States, the foot is part of the customary system of units, which is also known as the U.S. standard system or Imperial system. This system includes units such as inches, feet, yards, miles, and others. In the United Kingdom, the foot is part of the Imperial system of units, which is also used in some other countries such as Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.The abbreviation for foot is "ft" or sometimes "′", which is also known as a prime symbol. The foot is often used to measure height, distance, or length in everyday life, such as the height of a person or the length of a room. In some cases, the foot is also used in scientific or technical contexts, such as in astronomy, where distances are measured in lightyears or parsecs. The foot has been used as a unit of measurement for thousands of years, dating back to ancient civilizations such as the Egyptians and Greeks. The length of the foot has varied throughout history and across different cultures. For example, in ancient Rome, the foot was roughly equivalent to 29.6 centimeters, while in medieval England, the foot was standardized to be 30.48 centimeters. The foot is sometimes used in combination with other units of measurement, such as feet and inches or feet and yards. For example, a person's height might be listed as "5 feet 10 inches" or the length of a football field might be measured in "120 yards or 360 feet". Overall, the foot is a widely used unit of distance in many countries and contexts, and it has a long history of use dating back to ancient times. A conversion table for feet (ft) to centimeters (cm)
The conversion factor used for these calculations is 1 ft = 30.48 cm. To read the table, simply locate the row corresponding to the value you want to convert in feet (ft), and then look across that row to find the corresponding value in centimeters (cm). For example, if you want to convert 7 feet to centimeters, you would locate the row that starts with "7 ft", and then look across that row to find the value in the "Centimeters (cm)" column, which is 213.36 cm. Likewise, if you want to convert 20 feet to centimeters, you would locate the row that starts with "20 ft", and then look across that row to find the value in the "Centimeters (cm)" column, which is 609.6 cm. 