**Change from inches to feet** easily with our online converter. Just fill in the number of inches (also known as inches) you want to convert to feet (feets) and click on the calculate button to get the result.

On this page you will also find the **formula to convert inches to feet** and a table with the equivalence between both units. Remember that if you are looking for a reverse conversion, we also have a feet to inches converter for that purpose, just select it in the following tool.

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## How many feet is an inch?

First of all, it is important to know the equivalence between the two units, so we are going to teach you to **how many feet is one inch**:

1 inch = 0.083333 ft.

## Formula to convert inches to feet

If you want to learn how to make your own **change from inches to feet**Here we will explain how it is done.

To remember the equivalence between inches and feet that we have seen in the previous point, the best thing to do is to memorize **0.083 and remember that three is periodic** and repeats itself indefinitely. However, writing four or five decimal places is more than enough to obtain an adequate precision in the unit changes.

From the above equivalence, we can derive a **mathematical formula to convert any number of inches to feet** with a simple operation:

*d*_{(feet)} = *d*_{(")} x 0,083333

To see it with a **practical example,** we will pass 2 **inches to feet** to see what the result would be if we apply the expression above these lines:

*d*_{(feet)} = *d*_{(")} x 0.083333 = 2 in. x 0.083333 = 0.16666 ft.

Easy, isn't it?

## Change from inches to feet in Excel

We will learn to **convert from inches to feet using Excel**. The Microsoft program comes with a function that allows us to make the change between these two units automatically. To do this, you simply have to type the following formula in an empty cell:

=CONVERT(C3; "in"; "ft")

Through this expression we are telling Excel that the amount that we write in cell C3 will be the amount that we write in cell C3. **convert from inches to feet** automatically. You can modify that coordinate to put the one you want, there is total flexibility to adjust it to your spreadsheet.

If you prefer, you can also type directly the **number of inches you want to convert to feet**. Imagine you want to convert 3 inches to feet so in this case, we can write the formula like this:

=CONVERT(3; "in"; "ft")

With these couple of tips, you will be able to build your own inch to foot converter using Excel, something that will allow you to use it offline on your computer and without the need for Internet connectivity.

## How to convert feet to inches

If you want to learn how to convert feet to inches, here we are going to explain in detail the steps to follow. First of all, it is convenient for you to know the **equivalence between these two units**:

1 foot = 12.000048000192 ≈ 12

As it is difficult to remember the number of decimal places in this conversion, we can round up and say that, approximately, **1 foot equals 12 inches. **

Taking this into account, we realize that **a simple multiplication will suffice** to convert feet to inches manually:

*d*_{(")} = *d*_{(feet)} x 12

By **example,**Let's transform 4.7 feet to inches to see what the result would be in this other unit of length. To do this, we apply the mathematical formula above:

*d*_{(")} = *d*_{(feet)} x 12 = 4.7 ft. x 12 = 56.4 in.

**If we had taken into account all the decimal places** which actually has the conversion, we would have obtained this result:

*d*_{(")} = *d*_{(feet)} x 12,000048000192 = 56,4002256

As you can see, **the result is similar** and unless we need a very high precision, it will be enough to multiply by 12 and forget about all that collection of decimals that only complicate the calculations.

## How many inches is a foot?

As we have seen in the previous point, **1 foot equals 12 inches**.

## How to convert from feet to inches in Excel

If you want to create your own **feet to inches calculator with Excel**If you want to convert a file to a spreadsheet, you can use Microsoft's spreadsheet program to automate the conversion using the following formula:

=CONVERT(C3; "ft"; "in")

With this expression we are saying that the number of feet that we write in cell C3 is automatically converted to feet. You can modify this coordinate as you wish to adapt it to your spreadsheet, you don't have to use the same one we have used in our example.

If you want to **to inches for a given quantity in Exce**l, you can also write the length directly in the formula as you can see below:

=CONVERT(24; "ft"; "in")

That formula will convert 24 feet to inches.

If you have any doubts about how to **use Excel to convert from feet to inches**If you have any doubts, I recommend that you watch the video above these lines, in which we show you the procedure to follow. If you still have any doubts, leave us a comment and we will try to help you as soon as possible.

## Feet to Inches Conversion Chart

To reinforce everything you have learned about how to convert from feet to inches, below you will find a table with several other conversions. This will give you a much clearer concept of the **equivalence between feet and inches** and if you wish, you can print the table to have it always at hand:

Feet | Inches |
---|---|

1 | 12,000048000192 |

2 | 24,000096000384 |

3 | 36,000144000576 |

4 | 48,000192000768 |

5 | 60,00024000096 |

6 | 72,000288001152 |

7 | 84,000336001344 |

8 | 96,000384001536 |

9 | 108,00043200173 |

10 | 120,00048000192 |

20 | 240,00096000384 |

30 | 360,00144000576 |

40 | 480,00192000768 |

50 | 600,0024000096 |

60 | 720,00288001152 |

70 | 840,00336001344 |

80 | 960,00384001536 |

90 | 1080,0043200173 |

100 | 1200,0048000192 |

1.000 | 12000,048000192 |

## Equivalence of inches to feet

In order to make it much clearer what conversion we are dealing with on this page, we have compiled below a **table with some of the main equivalences between inches and feet**. We hope it will help you to strengthen the knowledge you have acquired here and if you want, you can print it to use it wherever you want.

Inches | Feet |
---|---|

1 | 0,083333 |

2 | 0,166666 |

3 | 0,249999 |

4 | 0,333332 |

5 | 0,416665 |

6 | 0,499998 |

7 | 0,583331 |

8 | 0,666664 |

9 | 0,749997 |

10 | 0,83333 |

20 | 1,66666 |

30 | 2,49999 |

40 | 3,33332 |

50 | 4,16665 |

60 | 4,99998 |

70 | 5,83331 |

80 | 6,66664 |

90 | 7,49997 |

100 | 8,3333 |

1000 | 83,333 |

It is more educational to teach where the mathematical equation comes from. In Engineering, the rule of three is used to convert any unit to another unit. Example convert 6in. to meters

1ft=12in. 1m =3.28ft.

X = 6in Xm =0.5ft Xm= 0.5ft*1m/3.28ft Xm= 0.5ft*1m/3.28ft

X= 6in*1ft/12in X =0.15m

X=0.5ft

Hello Alberto,

We show where the equation for converting feet to inches comes from, we explain it at the beginning of the post and what's more, we make a rule of three exactly like you do.

Greetings!