# length units conversion

**Amount:** 1 meter (m) of length

**Equals:** 3.28 feet (ft) in length

Converting **meter** to **feet** value in the length units scale.

TOGGLE : from feet into meters in the other way around.

CONVERT : between other length measuring units - complete list.

How many feet are in 1 meter? The answer is: 1 m equals 3.28 ft

## 3.28 ft is converted to 1 of what?

The feet unit number 3.28 ft converts to 1 m, one meter. **It is the EQUAL length value of 1 meter but in the feet length unit alternative.**

m/ft length conversion result | ||||

From | Symbol | Equals | Result | Symbol |

1 | m | = | 3.28 | ft |

## Conversion chart - *meters* to *feet*

1 meter to feet = 3.28 ft

2 meters to feet = 6.56 ft

3 meters to feet = 9.84 ft

4 meters to feet = 13.12 ft

5 meters to feet = 16.40 ft

6 meters to feet = 19.69 ft

7 meters to feet = 22.97 ft

8 meters to feet = 26.25 ft

9 meters to feet = 29.53 ft

10 meters to feet = 32.81 ft

11 meters to feet = 36.09 ft

12 meters to feet = 39.37 ft

13 meters to feet = 42.65 ft

14 meters to feet = 45.93 ft

15 meters to feet = 49.21 ft

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Convert length of ** meter (m)** and

**units in reverse from feet into meters.**

*feet (ft)*## Length, Distance, Height & Depth units

Distance in the metric sense is a measure between any two A to Z points. Applies to physical lengths, depths, heights or simply farness. Tool with multiple distance, depth and length measurement units.

# Converter type: length units

First unit: meter (m) is used for measuring length.

Second: foot (ft) is unit of length.

**QUESTION**:

15 m = ? ft

**ANSWER**:

15 m = 49.21 ft

Abbreviation, or prefix, for meter is:

**m**

Abbreviation for foot is:

**ft**

## Other applications for this length calculator ...

With the above mentioned two-units calculating service it provides, this length converter proved to be useful also as a teaching tool:

1. in practicing meters and feet ( m vs. ft ) measures exchange.

2. for conversion factors between unit pairs.

3. work with length's values and properties.