Length Measurement Conversions
To help with some common length measurement conversions, we have included a few conversion options below to assist in converting between different units of measurement. Give them a try and see if they can help you with your project or task.
It’s always a good idea to try more than one conversion method to verify your results and to double-check the calculation used for the method.
To use this simple length calculator:
A really nice feature of this option is, if you use a Smartphone with internet access, you will always have access to a universal measurement calculator.
Try a couple of examples:
After you get your measurement results, you can also use this Google technique as a calculator, if needed. So, if you got your measure and you need to multiply the results to get your end amount, just do it in the same Google search box.
Try this example using a Google search box.
For the metric system, here are the basic definitions, showing how each varies by a multiple of ten from the base unit of a meter. Every value in the metric system can easily be converted to another in the metric system by simply manipulating the decimal point.
For the Imperial, or English system, here are the base conversion factors:
For measures below an inch, measurements use fractions of an inch (1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16 etc.)
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