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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 "survey foot" to actus (Roman actus), agate (typography agate), archin (Russian archin), bottom measure, chain (surveyors chain), cloth quarter, digitus (Roman digitus), en (typography en), finger, foot, Greek fathom, Israeli cubit, ken (Japanese ken), link (surveyors link), mil, parsec, Roman foot, sazhen (Russian sazhen), shaku (Japanese shaku), yard, or any combination of units which equate to "length" and represent depth, fl head, height, length, wavelength, or width. Sample Conversions: survey foot = .00859108 actus (Roman actus), 168 agate (typography agate), .01515155 chain (surveyors chain), 7.93E-10 earth to moon (mean distance earth to moon), 1,734.48 en (typography en), .01000002 engineers chain, .166667 fathom, 13.71 finger, 3.95 Greek palm, 12 inch, 1.52 link (surveyors link), .00018939 mile, .00005486 nautical league, .06060618 rod (surveyors rod), .68571566 Roman cubit, .0500001 rope, .00164655 stadia (Greek stadia), .00165017 stadium (Roman stadium), .36374732 vara (Mexican vara), .00028571 verst (Russian verst).

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