Do you have a number of meters you want to move to feet but you don't know how to do it? Don't worry, we have developed a calculator that will do the calculation automatically for you, without errors, although if you wish, we also tell you how to do the conversion manually so that you can learn how to do it yourself.
Remember that if you need it, we also have at your disposal a online converter which performs the opposite operation, i.e., transforms feet to meters with the same ease.
How to go from meters to feet
In this section we will learning to move from feet to meters manually using a mathematical formula. First of all, it is important to know that:
1 meter = 3.28084 feet
Thus, from the above equality, we can deduce the mathematical expression to convert any number of meters to feet:
D(feet) = D(meters) x 3,28048
Let's look at it with a example. to make it much clearer. In this case, let's see how many feet equal 3.5 meters in length. Applying the above formula we have that:
D(feet) = D(meters) x 3.28048 = 3.5 x 3.28048 = 11.48 feet.
As you can see, the change of units is very easy and we only have to apply a simple multiplication. The main difficulty lies in remembering the equivalence between meters and feetThe rest is easy, but you can always use our tool to do it automatically and without errors.
How to convert meters to feet in Excel
If you want to create your own meter to feet converter and you have Excel on your computer or tablet, you can do it very easily with the following formula:
=CONVERT(length; "m"; "ft")
Just type the above function in an empty cell of a spreadsheet, replacing the word "length" with the number of meters you want to convert to feet.
For example, if you want to spend 1.84 meters to feetthe formula will be written like this:
=CONVERT(1,84; "m"; "ft")
Table of equivalence of meters to feet
If you still do not have an idea of the equivalence between these two units of length, below you have a table that includes some of the most common conversions from meters to feet to strengthen your knowledge, in addition, you can always print this table to have it handy wherever you need it: